No matter the number of events you run, or how long they take to plan, your company can achieve significant ROI when using the Cutover platform to execute those events, according to a new calculator created by global research firm Forrester on behalf of Cutover.
The calculator, based on Forrester’’s 2021 study, “Total Economic Impact of Cutover Work Orchestration and Observability,” commissioned by Cutover, shows that companies running many highly complex, time-intensive events can achieve an impressive ROI of up to 1,247% over three years.
Organizations running fewer events with less planning time can still see significant ROI, especially if the events they are executing are highly complex. A sampling of customers from the TEI study showed ROI benefits of 309% over three years from using Cutover.
Cutover commissioned the study to detail the economic benefits of using Cutover’s advanced platform to orchestrate human and machine work activity.
“If you’re relying on disconnected tools and teams to plan and execute your most crucial activities, you leave your organization running higher on risk, cost and audit exposure.” says Marcus Wildsmith, Cutover co-founder and Chief Product Officer. ‘We commissioned the Forrester Consulting study to validate the great feedback we hear from our customers.”
The calculator now allows prospective customers to get a quick snapshot of their potential ROI and Net Present Value benefits from Cutover, and access a customized ROI report that details your organization’s potential cost and time savings in planning time, event execution, incident mitigation and audit efficiency.
In the TEI study, interviews with a composite group of Cutover clients showed these benefits over three years:
To find out what your organization can save, use the free calculator.
To learn more about the benefits of Cutover and what it can do for your organization, read the full study.
Modern organizations are continuously executing complex work, from releasing and delivering new technology, to ensuring operational resilience, to implementing large-scale transformation programs like data center migrations.
This vital work is becoming increasingly complex and high risk as new resilience challenges emerge, organizations grow in complexity, and customer expectations change.
Many organizations are still tackling these challenges with outdated tooling that don’t provide two key components for success:
Cutover empowers you to orchestrate complex work across teams and technologies by providing a new model of working that orchestrates teams and technologies for seamless collaboration. It enables teams to plan, orchestrate, and analyze the execution of complex work faster, smarter, and with greater visibility.
Imagine the work as a piece of music, being played by people in your organization - the orchestra. The orchestra has many players, and in different sections - like teams, and Cutover is your conductor. It enables you to guide your entire orchestra from start to finish, bringing together teams and the tools they use to give a perfect performance.
The video below shows how Cutover helps you make great things happen:
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Cutover empowers you to orchestrate complex work across teams and technologies. But what does that mean?
Imagine the work as a piece of music, being played by people in your organization - the orchestra. The orchestra has many players, and in different sections - like teams.
Those teams might be sitting together, or they might be apart.
Your orchestra is using different instruments - or tools - too.
Without dynamic direction, your symphony can easily veer off track.
Cutover is your conductor.
It guides your entire orchestra from start to finish, bringing together teams and the tools they use to give a perfect performance.
While live, Cutover keeps everyone in the loop, so nobody misses a beat.
After the curtain call, play back the piece and fine tune for an encore and easily compose and rehearse your next performances.
Even with great musicians, instruments, and compositions, your conductor is the key to creating and sustaining true harmony.