How to Reduce TCO by $620K? - Migrating to Office 365

Author: 
Larry Xu

Microsoft is changing people’s decade-long behavior of owning software with the introduction of Office 365. Whether for personal or business use, owners are accustomed to the “perpetual” ownership of software products. The nascent notion of software as a service by paying subscriptions is meeting with some skeptism from the traditional market.

ATCG helps our customer understand office 365 migration will essentially dramatically reduce TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and risk, therefore adding more to your bottom line.

To gradually introduce the change, Microsoft is offered 3 different business packages for Office 365 (Cloud only, on PC only and Hybrid models). Set aside additional benefits, the potential cost savings should be a major factor to consider when deciding on using Office 365.

Let's look at our two customers:

Customer 1:

  • 100 devices/users
  • Software Assurance for upgrades
  • An office Specialist for Admin and support
  • Business Professional version of Office.
  • Five-year period of consideration.
  • Two server hardware.

Customer 2:

  • 100 devices/users.
  • Software Assurance for upgrades.
  • An office Specialist for Admin and support.
  • Business Professional version of Office.
  • Five-year period of consideration.
  • Two server hardware.
  • SharePoint deployed on premise.
  • Exchanger Server deployed on premise.
  • A SharePoint Administrator is on staff.

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