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Return on Investment

Business continuity measures should pay for themselves, every day. You shouldn’t have to wait for a disaster to see a benefit.

It is not easy to calculate the ROI of emergency preparedness, because the financial consequences of a disaster are so variable. Picture an earthquake of 9.5 Richter magnitude damaging a nuclear power plant. How can one calculate the value of all the first responders being able to communicate with each other? Consider the tsunami in Japan in 2011 which did, in fact, lead to a nuclear reactor meltdown, and how communication problems hampered the vital early response.

Disaster response demands that employees are reachable, and can talk to one another, during a disaster or network failure. Employees who could play a role in an urgent situation need accurate and complete contact data for other staff, on their smart phone address books.

We can quantify the ROI of the itrezzo emergency preparedness solution under everyday circumstances. In other words, the day-to-day benefit in the total absence of a disaster has a monetary value.

 

The ROI of the Daily Productivity Gain

Obtain a white paper that details the ROI of unified contact management from ongoing productivity gains - itrezzo ROI.

Using reasonable assumptions, the ROI from this solution may be the highest of any IT initiative in your career. You can get the customized spreadsheet model that calculates the ROI of unified contact management in your company or agency - itrezzo ROI spreadsheet model.

The itrezzo Unified Contact Manager is a comprehensive solution that deploys quickly,and normally delivers first-year payback within 12 weeks. Over a four-year period, it usually saves $30 or more for each dollar invested in the solution, by eliminating error-prone manual tasks of updating contact data, while significantly increasing the likelihood employees can contact one another together in crises.

By continually saving bits of time for many employees, UCM from itrezzo normally pays for itself in four months or less. The larger the company and number of seats, the higher the return and the more rapid the payback.