3D Scanners Procurement Intelligence Report Identifies Pricing Models and Their Functionality to Address Risks of Procurement Price Hikes in This Market

LONDON — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 7, 2020 — SpendEdge has been monitoring the global 3D Scanners market and it is poised to experience spend growth of more than USD 2 billion between 2018-2023 at a CAGR of over 10%. Request free sample pages.

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Insights into 3D Scanners market price trends

  • Raw materials required for manufacturing a 3D scanners include finished and unfinished goods such as plastics, switches, cables, motors, glass, lens, cameras, and electronic components. Rise in prices of any of these raw materials will increase 3D scanners procurement prices.

  • A relatively fragmented supplier pool helps maintain a balanced supply scenario in the 3D scanners market. This will increase supplier competition, which will help reduce the category price growth during the forecast period

Pricing Models that Buyers must Implement while Entering into a Contract with Suppliers

Fixed pricing and Customized are the two most widely adopted pricing models in the 3D Scanners market.

Fixed Pricing: Products are sold at fixed prices irrespective of the volume purchased by suppliers. This will effectively optimize 3D scanners procurement prices for buyer.

Customized Pricing: Prices offered by suppliers depend on the degree of customization availed by buyers. In general, customization offered by suppliers is based on factors such as resolution, size, and accuracy.

Insights into strategies that will help buyers optimize their 3D Scanners procurement spend

  • It is imperative for buyers to conduct a TCO analysis prior to engagement with suppliers. This will help them to select the best-fit suppliers and reduce the total expenses. Costs that are analyzed while conducting TCO analysis include the costs related to acquisition, installation, maintenance, and spare parts
  • The supply base is mainly classified based on equipment design, customization, and quality of the products offered by suppliers. Buyers prefer engaging with suppliers that provide customization within their product lines. This will help to optimize buyers 3D scanners procurement expenses for the long run.

The 3D Scanners suppliers enlisted in this report

This 3D Scanners procurement market intelligence report has enlisted the top suppliers and their cost structures, SLA terms, best selection criteria, and negotiation strategies.

  • FARO Technologies
  • 3D Systems
  • Nikon
  • Trimble

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