Value is a word thrown around with reckless abandon. Companies love the talk about the value they provide. We decided to take a look at value and see where we fit rather than just throw the term around in sales-speak.
Value according to the Merrian Webster Dictionary can be defined in three ways.
- the amount of money that something is worth
- something that can be bought for a fair price
- usefulness or importance
Ok, let’s analyze Value now…
Do we provide equipment and solutions that charge what they are worth? We understand economic concerns and strive to charge a fair price. In our search for quality products, we know that the prices we charge are what the product is worth. Reliability is a key in what products are worth. Our products are researched by use to be reliable. Some of our customers have told us that our refurbished equipment provided a value that is worth more than the price they paid!
Do we provide equipment and solutions that can be bought for a fair price? We review our pricing regularly. Honestly, we are looking to build relationships and we can’t do that with over charging people.
Do we provide equipment and solutions that are useful and important? Our products will help save time and provide accuracy. This is something you need to judge. How much do you feel your time is worth? For example, counting cash is time consuming. But using a currency counter can cut the time way back and be very accurate. Is this worth it to you? Is the risk of throwing financial information in a bin worth it? Or does the security of shredding it yourself mean more to you. As a company, McDonough Company provides value because we are not just present for the sale but for the entire life of the equipment with service and maintenance.
Value is important to business and people. We strive to really provide value to you, not just throw around a catch phrase or term. Let’s discuss the value we can provide for you and your company.