Commvault ROI

VladanKojanic
Head of Information Technology Group at Ministry of Environmental Protection
I hope we have seen a return on our investment but it's not easy to measure in money, because we haven't had any big problems or lost any very important data. But generally, the ROI comes from not having to worry about these things. That may be the best return on our investment. I know that if there is a problem, I'll be able to restore without problems. View full review »
Sheron K Brown Sr.
Systems Engineer at PAREXEL International Corporation
Prior to using Commvault's Office 365 feature, we were backing up mailboxes at the database level. Commvault allows us to just point, click, and drag-and-drop for backup and restore. That's a really big ROI. Restores are easier to handle at the message and item level. Things are a lot easier to restore. We can restore in multiple ways, including as a PST file. Commvault has a way of looking at our mailbox data and picking out anything that is PST and backing that up in different ways. There are a lot of built-in APIs to make things a little bit easier. So we do have a good ROI with our overall mailbox protection and restorability. View full review »
Jean-Christophe Bettinelli
Data Retention & Backup Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We have definitely seen ROI. As I mentioned, on the operational side, we have really saved a lot of time, and therefore money. It makes our life easier, knowing that we can rely on the backup software. The solution's model is cost-efficient. There's always room for improvement, for everyone, but in terms of costs and the value we get, we have no regrets with this solution. View full review »
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Brijesh Parikh
Senior Architect, Cloud Infrastructure at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
After deploying the Commvault solution, we are saving four to five hours a week. We have been able to save on infrastructure costs by not storing long-term data onto systems. Instead, we have been able to store them on cheaper cloud systems. There is a lot of savings there if you consider all the cost involved to store data on an on-premise server storage system, plus the maintenance, and the support which goes behind maintaining that system. I have seen return of investment. View full review »
Filip Hasa
Backup Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The ROI is there, but I don't have figures on it. View full review »
MatthewMagbee
Datacenter Manager at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I think Commvault's model is now cost-efficient. When we first started with Commvault, I thought it was overpriced. I thought, "That's a lot of money for a piece of software." But as I used it, and developed a trust in and knowledge of the application, I definitely was made aware, very quickly, of how it was worth every penny. Over the years, it has actually become cheaper, due to the fact that I've become smarter about how to use it better. With that knowledge, you learn how to save money with the application. View full review »
Mostafa Atrash
Sr. Enterprise Solutions Engineer at CMC
The solution enables our customers to save on infrastructure costs by being able to manage what were disparate data management solutions in one place. It is one of the most important features: You can do backup for almost everything from one platform. Plus, you can reduce costs by using any cheap storage and still have the deduplication feature. You can present any cheap storage for the backup and not have to worry about the B2B high cost appliances, like HPE, Dell EMC Data Domain, etc. When you can do everything from one place, it's always better. It will reduce cost on the infrastructure and human resources who manage the environment. View full review »
reviewer1273227
Data Analyst at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Its efficiency has returned our investments over the course of about two years. Mostly it was an investment in infrastructure. View full review »
Syed FasihUr Rahman
Enterprise Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Without stating numbers that are confidential, I can say my understanding is that our clients have seen ROI. View full review »
Michel Scheepers
Technical Consultant at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We have seen ROI in several respects, but not as fast as we want. View full review »
SIVASHANMUGAM NATARAJAN
CTO at Greenware Technologies LLC
ROI with Commvault will take about five years. It's cost-efficient when it is used at the enterprise level. View full review »
reviewer1253568
Director of Technology Infrastructure at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The solution has enabled us to save on infrastructure costs by being able to manage what were disparate data management solutions in one place. The solution’s model is cost-efficient. It provides an all-around, exceptional enterprise backup platform. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Commvault. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
425,338 professionals have used our research since 2012.