Rugged Computing

Rugged Computing

Information and communication technology

Mundon Place, West Pennant Hills, NSW 2125

ABN 32163484213
EST 2013

About

Wouldn't it be great if you can use your PC anywhere you need to go without running out of battery halfway? Wouldn't it be great to be able to bring your PC to anywhere you need to go, even on job sites that are dusty, muddy or even wet?

Rugged Computing specialized in rugged computers that allow you to do just that. We provide full Windows PC in a form of a tablet or smartphone or laptop that you can bring with you anywhere you need to go without running out of battery before you finished your job.

Consumer grade computers are fragile and need to be charged regularly which is why they are not suitable for work outside the office generally.
With rugged computers you don't have to put up with it anymore, you can have the freedom to work anywhere anytime, be more productive and get more from your computer.

Talk to us today about finding the right solution for your unique situation and requirements and bring your business to a new height.

Services

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Current Offers

Rugged Handheld / Smartphone
Computer Equipment-Hardware

Rugged Handheld / Smartphone  

According to IDC research, using a rugged smartphone instead of consumer smartphone will reduce its failure rate from 14% down to 3%. Whether it's finance, time and opportunity cost, it makes perfect sense that using a rugged smartphone in your business is better value.  

 

Rugged Tablet
Computer Equipment-Hardware

Rugged Tablet  

According to IDC research, using a rugged tablet instead of consumer tablet will reduce its failure rate from 15% down to 3%. Whether it's finance, time and opportunity cost, it makes perfect sense that using a rugged laptop in your business is better value.  

 

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FAQ

Why should a customer hire your business over other service professionals?

Investing in laptops, tablets and smartphones are generally expensive exercise. You want to have someone who understands the product and your business requirements so that you not only find the right product that fits your requirements but also increase your productivity and workflow.

Which geographical areas does your business service?

Australia wide

Are there any special offers available to customers on SavvySME?

Yes

What is the profile of your ideal customer? e.g. industry, size of business, revenue, number of employees and so on.

Businesses that want to lower their computing cost, improve their business workflow, improve their staff productivity, and reduce their e-waste landfill.

Are there specific areas of your trade or industry that your business specialises in?

We specialised to serve customers that have mobile or field staff.

What makes your pricing competitive?

Our rugged computers are cheaper to run and maintain compared to consumer/business grade computers in 3-5 years timeframe.

What experience, certificates, and licenses does your business have to qualify for the job?

We have 20 years experience in the IT hardware industry and regularly completed vendors certifications for their products and services.

How do you normally charge for your services?

We provide a free consultation to learn more about your requirements and pain points. We will provide free quotation for any product and services so that our customers know exactly the cost before going ahead.

How is your business insured and what guarantees do you provide your customers?

We have public and professional indemnity insurance to cover our customers.

What are your customers` most frequently asked questions?

What's the difference between my normal laptop and a rugged laptop?

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