In this 3-part series, we talk about how partnering with a Value Added Reseller (VAR) can save money. Check out Part 1 – 5 Ways You’re Wasting Your IT Budget, and subscribe to our blog or check back next week or for Part 3 – Make IT Someone Else’s Problem.
Part 2 – 5 More Ways You’re Wasting Your IT Budget
Is your business successful?
Successful businesses invest time, money, and effort into becoming experts in their field, not into managing functions outside their core industry. Partnering with a Value Added Reseller (VAR) is a great way to reduce spending and create the business / infrastructure alignment your company requires while keeping you out of the IT business.
|IF YOU’RE WASTING MONEY…
||A VAR CAN PROVIDE…
|1||Duplicating functionality with expensive equipment||Advice on when it’s OK to opt for cost efficiencies and when you should spend more|
|2||Spending money now that could be pushed to another budget year||Prioritized procurement plan based on critical need, company goals, and IT budget|
|3||Relying on a single manufacturer for your infrastructure equipment||Expert knowledge of best in breed products to design customized IT solutions and multi-manufacturer environments|
|4||Purchasing online or at retail prices||Discounts based on the VAR’s partner level that can be extended to you|
|5||Purchasing just ahead of (or behind) a major incentive campaign, or purchasing equipment that is nearing End Of Life (EOL)||Relationships with multiple manufacturers and distributors, access to incentives and promos, and advance knowledge of EOL cycles|
Establishing and maintaining a stable IT environment can be time consuming and expensive. It is also one of the most critical aspects of your business. Don’t waste time and money that could be saved by partnering with a VAR to outsource your IT needs.
Learn how to make the most of your IT budget with JCMR Technology’s eBooklet “The VICTORY Method: Increase ROI by Reducing Infrastructure & Operating Costs.”
About the Author
Amy Tabor is an executive professional with a 20-year career in Business Operations. Throughout her career, she has been instrumental in supporting the transition of small businesses into larger, stable companies with national presence. She helped achieve these objectives by focusing on Operations Management and Business Process Analysis and Development to create, implement, and streamline efficient internal processes. Coordinating and mediating efforts throughout a company’s departments – from IT to HR and everything in between – has been the key to her success.