Businesses can achieve IT infrastructure savings by working with Network Hardware Resale, according to an independent research.
Network Hardware Resale provides pre-owned and new networking and data centre solutions. A study commissioned by NHR and conducted by Forrester Consulting shows that 119 percent ROI and reduced network downtime can be achieved by working with Network Hardware Resale (NHR).
Network professionals and respective CIOs can also manage a shrinking IT budget by leveraging NHR’s discounts to hardware and maintenance help.
The study shows that hardware and maintenance cost savings average 65 percent and results in savings of US$1.3 million over three years. Also, network downtime avoidance amount to US$788,000 saved over three years.
“We believe this study clearly demonstrates that NHR is delivering real value by providing affordable solutions that meet the network and budget requirements of any enterprise,” said Mike Sheldon, president and CEO of Network Hardware Resale.
Improved service efficiency
Network Hardware Resale improves service efficiency, which reduces equipment installation time by 75 percent and improves ticket resolution time by 50 percent.
Businesses also get a payback period of less than 90 days and benefit from asset recovery revenue resulting in an US$81,000 revenue stream over three years.
A 10,000-employee composite organisation with US$3 billion annual revenues using new and pre-owned network hardware and maintenance contracts from NHR would experience a three-year, risk-adjusted ROI of 119 percent over a payback period of 2.8 months.
“Faced with ballooning maintenance costs, inflexible OEM contracts, and unnecessary infrastructure upgrades, customers are demanding more economical and effective network services and support options,” added Sheldon.
Working with NHR also results in reduced network downtime and improved network efficiency as per the study that is free for readers who can download it from the NHR website.
The company has announced a complimentary webinar on 17 October 2013 at 10am PDT/1pm EDT that will include an overview of current trends in network infrastructure and maintenance.
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