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The Subscription Model & What it Means for Manufacturing

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PaulChau
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Re: Interesting and Timely Topic - Thanks for Sharing!
PaulChau   6/25/2018 9:31:45 PM
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I'm actually pretty sure that as long as these gimmicks provide a solution to meet a need in the community, the car companies will probably be able to get more of their products pushed out there for a period of time. The problem will lie when these "subscription" plans are a few months in and someone wants to swap out their current model for something newer and shinier. Who's going to take the cast offs then...

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Re: Interesting and Timely Topic - Thanks for Sharing!
PaulChau   6/25/2018 9:31:40 PM
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I'm actually pretty sure that as long as these gimmicks provide a solution to meet a need in the community, the car companies will probably be able to get more of their products pushed out there for a period of time. The problem will lie when these "subscription" plans are a few months in and someone wants to swap out their current model for something newer and shinier. Who's going to take the cast offs then...

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Good post
Caitlynkatesj13   6/20/2018 11:47:04 PM
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Meredith L at EDX Electronics
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Interesting and Timely Topic - Thanks for Sharing!
Meredith L at EDX Electronics   6/19/2018 11:23:57 AM
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Very timely and insightful article, Gary; thanks for sharing. Really will be interesting to see if this subscription model spills over into other industries aside from automotive too. 



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