Hardware Quality and Pricing Policy
BY webmaster
12 years ago
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We started our hardware division with a vision to bring genuine, quality products at the lowest possible prices to our consumers. This policy document deals with all these three aspects of our vision statement.

Genuine Products
We sell only genuine components and products. We buy from all the authorized distributors of the items we carry and we do not buy any spurious or counterfeit products. We are registered retailers of all the products that we carry. We do not buy products from the black or grey markets. Since we don't do any of the above illegal activities, naturally the products that we carry are guaranteed to be genuine, original components bought from the respective legal channels.

In the systems that we sell we guarantee that all the components are included as was originally mentioned in our quotation and billed in our invoice. Moreover we also guarantee that if a customer is buying a new system we will only be including fresh-out-of-the-box components unless the customer has specifically requested for a used component.

Quality of components
We carry only genuine and original components. The quality of the components would therefore depend primarily on the brand of the component. An average user might not be able to distinguish between the qualities of these components based on the brand names. We as responsible dealers will try to identify and convey relative qualities of components as best as we can. There will however be limitations in this process but we will be trying our best to do this.

Normally businesses price their products at the maximum prices that is affordable by the customers for the value provided and given the levels of competition. In such a scenario, the business would try to sell as high as possible given the market conditions, and the customer would try to buy for as cheap as possible. This result of this tug of war will be determined by the going prices in the market and the levels of awareness of the customer. In an emerging market as computer hardware, both these factors will be stacked against the benefit of the consumer.

However we have a different philosophy for pricing our products. We fix our prices at the lowest we can afford to sell. This lowest price will include our operational costs and our capital costs and a nominal profit. The pricing will be such that we will not be able to sell at any price lower than the set prices without incurring a loss in the long run. Rather than a customer fighting for the lowest prices we ourselves are offering our lowest prices. As volumes in sales increases we will be able to sell the products even cheaper than what we sell currently as we would be able to get our components even cheaper.

We will not hike up our prices to give you free offers or hike up our prices to give you reductions on the hiked up price. We believe that it would amount to misrepresentation of facts if we do that. Additionally any free offers that we will give/currently give, will be/are offers on top of the actual prices of the products with the offer.



on 07th June 2007 / by webmaster
One of the most common questions we hear from potential customers who come to buy PC's or Laptop' Company Policies Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Cherry (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 15:18 I think PCBSD would be another nice end-user,GUI-ish, free option. See: http://www.pcbsd.org/ Srikanth NS (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 15:18 Hi WIll anybody point out a software which can read AUTOCAD Drawings (.dwg format) in LInux? Like OpenOffice which can read all MS Office format files, edit them and save them back in .doc or .xls format itself? I would like to read .dwg drawings , edit them and save them in in .dwg format itself. Or am i asking for the moon? Anoop John (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 15:18 http://lx-viewer.sourceforge.net seems to be a viewer for dwg and dxf files. They also have dxf-dwg converters Add new comment

on 01st September 2007 / by webmaster
The list of holidays for Zyxware for the year 2007 is as follows. Company Documents Company Policies Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Cherry (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 13:47 Why are the days picked out and chosen for employees? There are 12 days mentioned here. Why not give people ( employees) the option of choosing any 12 days of their liking for personal holidays so that the company doesn’t dictate terms on their personal religious inclinations ? If sufficiently early notice is provided, things can be planned for as well. Also, why is this on the public website and not a private internal employee webpage ? Cheers, Cherry Anoop John (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 13:47 1) Since the number of employees are still small it is difficult to manage operations with the optional holidays model. If a certain combination of employees do not come to office on a particular day even if that be only 6/12 or 7/12 people the company will not be able to function properly on that day. In a larger company this might not cause any problem because of the cushion of larger number of employees. 2) In the longer run we will be moving to the optional holiday pattern with a set of fixed holidays and a set of optional holidays. 3) This is on the public site for 2 reasons - a) Open documentation policy :). b) Customers/Clients can know ahead the holidays of the company. Cherry (not verified) access_time 21 Oct 2019 - 13:47 1) I guess you know the logistics better, but having a situation where employees feel committed enough to the company to be flexible about their holidays seems a good deal of a better work situation than having rules set in stone. This would be especially true when the example is set from the ‘top’, whatever that is. 2) Good luck with this. 3) Open Documentation: Even open source projects have “internal” mailing lists. All the BSDs have them, most of the bazaar model’s have “rings” where private email resolves “internal” issues. I don’t think it is a good precedent. Add new comment
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