Supply Chain Headwinds Impact Ability of Employers to Supply IT Workplace Technology

Pomeroy announced its latest Tech Talks virtual event, “Overcoming IT Device Procurement Delays Due to Supply Chain Bottlenecks” will focus on how organizations can respond to the shortage of workplace technology.


Technology procurement managers face challenges in acquiring workplace technology as a result of  supply chain issues and higher prices due to pandemic-driven component shortages and elevated demand—a supply constraint Gartner expects to continue into mid-2022. These economic headwinds impact the ability of organizations to equip themselves and their users with needed technology and devices as they grapple with the business recovery.

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Pomeroy and technology partner, HP, will host a 30-minute virtual event on August 26 at 1-1:30 pm ET (10-10:30 am PT) to discuss HP’s Extended Deployment Program which is designed to deliver user technology–spare laptops and other hardware–when companies need it. The program also features deferred payment provisions to alleviate capital expense constraints.

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IT and LOB managers concerned with the acquisition of workplace devices for their expanding distributed workforces are encouraged to register for the event. Pomeroy procurement and logistics services are industry recognized for the ability to source, configure, integrate and ship workplace devices directly to users through zero touch deployment.

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