Tariq Khan
C5ISR IT Consultant at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
If you use the complete product and you can fully support the Microsoft System Center, the ROI is very high with this product. What we do normally — and as I see customers do — we are only using a small number of features available in all the individual products we license. Just like when I use SCSM, I only use it for ticketing or some other specific task. It is not utilizing what the product can do. For Configuration Manager, only using it for the automatic deployment to push updates and nothing else is not utilizing the product, because it can do much more. For the Operations Manager, we normally only just use it for monitoring the alarms, and again it can do much more. If I go to the dashboard and I learn to use the product for capacity planning and the other features that can help me with my productivity, its ROI is higher. It is just a matter of learning about the product and taking advantage of it in ways that help you make the most of what you do and how it can help you do it. View full review »
Olakunle Oredein
System Specialist
I think it's the value for money we are seeing in terms of ROI. We've saved a lot of man-hours. We have branches in the US and a lot of times in the past it used to involve you going over there, you meet your team member and having to actually fly physically. Now, most of the software we do remotely. View full review »
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