The operating expenses (often shortened with OPEX ) are the costs in progress to exploit a product, companies, or a system. Its counterparts, the capital expenditures of capital (CAPEX), refer at the supply or development cost of the not-consumable parts for the product or the system.
For example, the purchase of a photocopier is the CAPEX, and the annual paper cost and to thunder consumed is the OPEX. For moreover great systems like the companies, the OPEX can also include the cost of the employees and the expenditure of service such as the rent and the utilities.
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