Another BACS Copycat out of Asia
Every year, competing products out of the BMS industry – especially those from Asia – discover that our BACS system is considered by and large as the “unofficial standard” for Western critical infrastructure projects and installations. We think this is great! And yes, we are of course tickled pink that technicians and industry experts all over the world think of GENEREX first when they hear the word "BACS": Battery Analysis & Care System
However, feedback from within the industry has shown that others are also trying to piggyback off of BACS’ established name and reputation! Apparently, some competing sales teams have come up with the half-baked idea of name-dropping “BACS” as if it were a general industry-term for quality – it’s apparently enough to engender some sort of “Aha!” effect for prospective client. While such a tactic is slightly flattering (something about “imitation is the best form of…”), we of course denounce such behavior -- see for example our previous Newsletter edition, in which we discuss the CYBERPOWER copy. Today we want to introduce another offender, one who actually takes the charade one step further by actually using the printed name “BACS” to foist its own system onto the prospective user.