WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER PURCHASE A SINGLE LIGHT BULB AGAIN!
August 6, 2019
The era of ownership is coming to an end. Businesses are finding new ways to free up capital to invest in other areas of the business without placing upfront costs for amenities. Investing in Lighting as a Service removes the risk of investing your business' hard-earned cash in depreciating assets.
The idea of "if you need something, you buy it" has become a way of thinking throughout the 20th century. Mass production, efficient manufacturing and logistics have made it possible to meet the overflowing demand of products. Buying and owning things is a huge part of our lives. Yet, things are substantially different now. People no longer purchase DVD's or CD's and cars are being leased. Many things we use to buy are no longer being bought for ownership; instead, we pay monthly fees for products and services without having to own it.
The era of ownership is coming to an end. Businesses are now transitioning to the "As-a-Service" concept, which ensures that businesses receive all the benefits without the risk, without making upfront costs or having depreciating assets.
That is why we have come up with the concept of "Lighting as a Service."
"Lighting as a Service" is our way of implementing your energy-efficient lighting system on a service basis. We install and maintain the complete system without any upfront costs. For a fixed monthly fee, we make sure the lights always perform as required while you focus on your core business.
Paying a monthly fee rather than an upfront cost not only frees up capital to be invested in other areas of your business but it also removes the need to invest your hard-earned cash in depreciating assets. Plus, there's no need to think about maintenance as it is included in the service.
Businesses who adapt to this change in buying behavior are growing faster and making more money. These companies can keep up with the swift change in technology due to this business model as it makes everything available on-demand without ownership and upfront investments.