Posted by Ed Carroll on Monday, September 27, 2010
What’s the difference? It depends on who you ask.
In recent months there have been a number of blog postings focused on the subject of TCO (total cost of ownership) for MPS opportunities. In most cases the author’s belief is focusing on TCO, and not on CPP, is the best way to distinguish yourself from your competition. Most articles will compared the components of both CPP and TCO, and some will suggest that CPP programs only focus on supplies, parts and service and TCO focuses on all the true costs of managing the fleet: Items like paper, IT support, network cost, etc.
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