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Intel has introduced smart vending machines to streamline the deliveries of new PCs. Instead of waiting for a new PC from the IT department, configured with Intel-specific apps and settings, users can use Intel's Grab-and Go lockers round the clock to collect their new hardware.
Intel reckons that up to 1,500 users per week use this process, which has reduced IT PC delivery costs by up to 30 percent.
So, how will smart vending machines impact the future of IT?
Automated supply vending allows IT staff and employees to work more efficiently. It also enables companies monitor the cost, deployment, and use of those supplies to make sure that expensive peripherals and are accounted for.
Cutting down waiting times for IT service requests lets workers access replacement laptops to keep them working. A week-long process to get a new laptop can now be supplied in minutes leading to a rise in productivity and associated improvement on returns on investments.