As the Coronavirus swept through the United States, individuals and families began their long vigil at home. Commerce and business came to a grinding halt, while schools became nothing more than empty public buildings. Essential workers were the new societal heroes and a majority of US residents followed social distancing directives, remaining locked away in their homes. Structures that are usually buzzing with productivity and economic pursuits now stand quiet and dark, and the silence has been deafening.
With their employees under lockdown, many companies have been scrambling to invent the most efficient ways to continue business. Workers have needed to accomplish their tasks from home, but they require specific equipment to do so. As employers and corporations have implemented creative solutions such as Zoom meetings and a temporary, internet-based workplace, many have found a shortage of the required equipment and computers.
As demand has quickly outgrown supply, products such as laptops and webcams have become scarce in the retail market. The demand for cables, headsets, desktops, and other remote work equipment created a vacuum as suppliers have struggled to keep up. Disruption in Chinese factories added to pre-existing supply difficulties have further complicated matters. In a country where suddenly 51% of working Americans unexpectedly became remote workers, up from 16% just last year, computer and equipment manufacturers quickly became hopelessly backlogged. A new solution needed to be found, and it needed to be found immediately.
In the midst of desperate need, an innovative genre of computer and electronic equipment suppliers emerged to fulfill their new destiny and save the day. The certified and pre-owned market, while in existence, had hitherto been a smaller and quieter force. Now, they burst forth in brilliant and heroic fashion to help to fill the need created by a massive home-ridden workforce. Not only was this alternative source available to fill the void, it was also an economic solution, as recertified and refurbished computers can be purchased at a fraction of the price of new computers. This factor assisted companies and individuals in minimizing new expenses in their unexpected circumstances.
Wholesale Computers & Technology is one of those filling the void. Serving local, national, and international clients, WCAT has been founded on quality and integrity. A wholesale distributor of recertified and refurbished computers, and of computer accessories at an affordable price, the Ft. Lauderdale-based company also provides quality computer repair and data recovery services.
The company’s website allows their clients the assurance and confidence that they need when shopping for an economic answer in these trying times, “Wholesale Computers & Technology, Inc. is a fully-stocked wholesale distribution company located right here in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. We pride ourselves on the integrity and quality of products. We believe in stocking only high-quality new, refurbished, and recertified equipment.”
In a world newly-dependent on reliable sourcing and quality computer products, Wholesale Computers & Technology allows their clients to enjoy the security of a quality alternative to conventional computer and equipment suppliers. A certified partner with many of the major computer manufacturing brands, they have a track record of thousands of satisfied customers over their decades of experience in the business. Offering worldwide delivery, Wholesale Computers &Technology has theresources and experience to offer quality products and services to companies in this unique era of the working economy.
To contact Wholesale Computers & Technology, call 954.633.5353 or visit their website.