It is a nice package, sounds good (for what it is), looks good, all seems to work well. The app is really good and stable. Good value for the dosh…
If it’s built by a trusted partner, why bring it to be tested is Salisbury?
Surely, it’s ready to be tested locally, boxed and shipped.
Have you ever subcontracted anything, to trusted or otherwise partners. I have
I have. But i’m careful with the word trusted. No company’s quality manual uses the word " trust". Not one that I’ve worked for anyway.
Presumably to allow Salisbury to monitor quality & make sure units meet Naim standards before being shipped to dealers?
There is a new phrase that explains it all…
It’s called “carrying Naims to Salisbury”
Something like that, presumably…
the right proverb management people regulary use : trust is good, control is better.
Once trust is earned it is better than control I think but there you go.