Calculating Return on Investment for SD-WAN

| April 12, 2018

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There are many ways to measure the financial return period of deploying SD-WAN. Many organizations justify their business case and cost by estimating return on investment (ROI), or the time it takes before the savings exceed the cost of deploying the SD-WAN solution. Traditional wide-area networking (WAN) bandwidth, maintenance, management and support represent a significant portion of an organization’s IT budget. With the right offering, transitioning from a traditional WAN to an SDWAN can provide significant price/performance advantages, without sacrificing reliability or application Quality of Experience (QoE).

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