Spiceworks ROI

Grey Howe
Spiceworks Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The product is free so the ROI is outstanding. The real concern on ROI isn't purchasing the application, or the server(s) it needs to live on. It's the time spent configuring and learning it, especially with some of the new quirks. The man-hours spent on configuration and solving scan errors can be very disheartening to management. To that end, I would say that a modern installation would have a good ROI, about 5/10, though it's possible to raise your ROI if management sends the IT team to a place like Spiceworld, and they're great if you can focus on them. View full review »
Aaron Krytus
Network Manager / Senior Network Engineer at Warnock, Tanner & Associates
The investment with SpiceWorks is your employee time. The product is free. Our ROI is based on the ability to provide our customers with not only better response times to issues but proactively. Using a product like SpiceWorks helps reveal needs or issues before they become critical. When there are needs for improvement we can bill for that time and look better because our customer networks run more stable. View full review »
Bernie McCormick
Director of Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 501-1,000 employees
As a free solution, it has provided us a huge benefit, with the only expense being a virtual machine off of an existing cluster. View full review »

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