Leading companies are finding it hard to sustain revenue from networking devices. And why not? They know it, especially since they are bracing up with new products for a paperless-wireless environment. Although many of us believe that is only an ideal condition, and we will always need ancient devices such as pencils and diaries, it is undeniable that the need for many networking devices will be absent in the near future.
But hardware providers are aware of the slumps their revenues will see with the downfall in sales figures of their legacy devices.
In order to avoid the interim slump before the opportunity for advanced products becomes more widespread, hardware manufacturers have to realize that a demand for their products still exists. It has never happened, ever in history, that all companies, rich and poor have transitioned from legacy systems all together.
The idea of selling to non-progressive companies may be difficult to sell to hardware manufacturing business owners, but many options exist if they look at ROI prospects realistically.
However, details about existing companies that have modest turnovers are only available after in-depth research.
We have done that, and we have also prepared a list of customers who may be willing to buy your routers immediately.