Mobile Device Shipments Drop … But
- Dec 20, 2021 3:50 pm GMT
The pandemic juiced mobile device sales, but recently, that market experienced a significant downturn in sales. Movement back to the office and supply chain constraints are two reasons for the dip. Whether the decline is a short-term blip or a long-term trend is unclear, making it difficult for energy companies to plan mobile purchase in the coming months.
When the pandemic hit, work at utility companies shifted dramatically. In an instant, employees worked remotely, and customer interactions shifted from face to face to virtual. The changes sparked a rapid rise in mobile device, laptops, tables, and smartphones.
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