From revenue growth to IT savings: See how G Suite can help boost your business
Product Marketing, G Suite
We’re highlighting our new business value calculator to show customers and prospects the cost savings and revenue impacts of using G Suite.
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How do you connect the dots between the business productivity software you buy, and what you get for the money? This is something big businesses do all the time—hiring consultants who study things like employee productivity, IT operations, and budgets to come up with bottom-line numbers on what kind of return they’ll get for the investment.
Fortunately, there’s now a fast and easy way for business owners to do the math on G Suite using our new Business Value Calculator.
If you’re like most business owners, you keep careful watch on budgets (as you should!)—and you want to see clear benefits when you decide to spend money on business software. According to “The Total Economic ImpactTM of Google G Suite,” a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Google, G Suite delivers measurable impact in four areas:
- Revenue growth
- Employee efficiency
- Risk mitigation
- IT cost savings
But what exactly will that look like at your company? That’s where the Business Value Calculator comes in. After answering a few simple questions about your business—like number of employees and annual profit margin—you’ll receive a personalized report showing how much time you can save and how much more revenue you can generate by switching to G Suite. It’s an eye-opening exercise that can help you place a dollar value on the benefits of using G Suite.
As you explore the Business Value Calculator, we hope you’ll discover how G Suite can help you increase revenue, help employees be more efficient, reduce risk, and save money down the road.
Once you have some numbers to crunch from the Business Value Calculator, make sure to start your 14-day free G Suite trial to put those findings into action.