A classic case of fat finger syndrome


Implementing technology just for the sake of it is pointless. It’s also costly. There has to be at least one overriding reason, one tangible benefit for shelling out big dollars just to have the latest hardware and software on the market. If the advantages are not apparent right from the outset, what’s the point?

But a watertight counter-argument can be made for the deployment of technology, especially when the driver is ‘need’ as opposed to ‘want’ and there is overwhelming evidence that the

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