INVESTING IN LABEL DISPENSERS
There are many investments that produce an added value to the final products delivered by corporations. Unfortunately, this is not the case for label dispensers. They are simply necessary, but commonly they do not form part of the product itself, so investing large sums of money in a process that won’t add any real intrinsic value to the final product must be carefully considered. As every necessary process, the cheaper but at the same time quality enough investment will suit almost every requirement. This means we need label dispensers that can provide standard quality but at the low possible cost. Imagine your company designs televisions, investing large quantities of money to print in the back of the television the electrical specifications that your final customer will hardly notice has absolutely no sense.
Label dispensers must provide adequate information but the efficiency always must be measured using a typical return on investment formula. If you invest a lot of money in a process, it should probably be because you will obtain a return that justifies the investment. Take this into account when you face the problem of buying label dispensers. Always remember that probably your core business does not rely on the labels printed in the back of your products, even remember they could be discharged at some point in time for the final user, who will eagerly look at the contents inside the package. We are not trying to minimize the importance of label dispensers here. We are just trying to highlight that in most cases the package is not as important as the contents of such package. Invest more money in processes that add value directly to your products, and think carefully how many money you assign to processes that do not directly participate in the quality of the final product you are trying to sell.