A top-of-the-line IT infrastructure facilities management system can add to your revenue by reducing costs. Organizations have gone from working on a few servers on the premises to an entire space dedicated to its data center, housing its state-of-the-art technology. With virtualization, it has become easy to deploy virtual servers at a fraction of the cost of physical servers of the same capacity.  So how does an organization’s IT infrastructure impact its revenue? Here are 5 ways:

  1. Reduced Realty Cost

With realty prices skyrocketing, office space comes at a premium. At the same time, expanding business demands a holistic IT solution to accommodate your business requirements. In this situation, the cost of renting additional space for server storage is steep enough to impact revenue.

With technology like VMware, you can build a virtual office space, and reduce your realty costs significantly. Pentagon’s IT Infrastructure Facilities Management Services can advise you how to benefit from virtual technology to suit your office requirements.

  1. Save energy and reduce utility bills

According to reports, the power required to cool a server is roughly double the power required to run it. When you are looking to grow and increase revenues, the exponential costs incurred by your organization’s IT infrastructure and operations (I&O) can hold you back.

Virtualization provides the solution to reducing your server power and cooling costs. Cloud computing has significantly lowered IT infra expenditure so much that by 2020, large U.S. companies that use cloud computing can achieve annual energy savings of $12.3 billion. (Source: https://www.cdp.net/en-US/WhatWeDo/CDPNewsArticlePages/cloud-computing-can-dramatically-reduce-energy-costs-and-carbon-emissions.aspx)

  1. Reduced Downtime

When your systems are breaking down too frequently, it results in a loss of output. This, in turn, converts to loss of revenue. With a modern updated infrastructure, you can be sure that you can eliminate system downtime as one of the factors that reduce your revenue. With virtualization, you can improve operational efficiency and consolidate your IT resources.

  1. Back up Management

Creating a backup center or a disaster recovery center is crucial for your business continuity plans. It requires all your applications and softwares to stay up and running at all times. A state-of-the-art IT infrastructure allows you to plan for a virtual backup center so that your critical applications are providing round-the-clock support that your work requires.

  1. Collecting data in real time

When you need to sense the pulse of your customer, you need to have an IT infrastructure that is capable of providing service efficiently as well as collecting and analyzing the trends of the market in real time. Virtualization reduces deployment time from several hours to a few minutes. This helps you get an edge in the competitive market and stay on top of the game.

The biggest advantage of virtualization is that it frees up resources and significantly reduces the cost of IT expenditure. Pentagon is one of the top IT solutions companies offering a vast range of facilities management services (FMS) for your organization. Pentagon utilizes the latest technology for an effective facilities management services, so that your business is contributing more effectively to your revenue.