What is Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

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Define Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Total cost of a computer asset throughout its life cycle, from acquisition to disposal. TCO is the combined hard and soft costs of owning networked information assets. “Hard” costs include items such as the purchase price of the asset, implementation fees, upgrades, maintenance, contracts, support contracts, disposal costs, and license fees that may or may not be up-front or charged annually. These costs are considered “hard costs” because they are tangible and easily accounted for.

 

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Mr. Checkout is a network of over 1,100 independent distributors and 50,000 independent retail owners across the USA, parts of Canada and the Caribbean. Distributors and independent retail owners use Mr. Checkout to find new products that are ready for retail and can handle rapid growth through independent channels.