Stop Wasting Time and Money to Bad IT Documentation
Before undertaking a new technological or organizational change, it is essential to consider the ROI of the initiative. When implementing a new documentation solution, decision-makers need to know exactly where money is being spent and, what cost benefits can be expected in exchange.
The ROI question can be quite daunting because much of it comes down to opportunity cost. In other words, if you’re saving time, what else could you be doing with that time that adds value to the organization?
Download this ROI calculator today and learn how to quantify the benefits of investing in documentation, including:
- Improved technician efficiency
- Better adherence to compliance standards
- Lower cybersecurity insurance premiums
- Indirect benefits (i.e., other IT projects you can tackle with the time you’ll save).
Quantify the Value of Great Documentation
Information spread across multiple systems destroys an IT team’s productivity.
Over 70% of IT knowledge is lost due to personnel movements.
New IT hires spend 200 hours chasing down lost information.
Secure, Mature and Integrated Documentation
Create and store KB, checklists and SOP articles effortlessly, embed rich network diagrams or import Word documents so your team is empowered to train and help themselves.
Sleep better with next-level password management featuring access control, host-proof hosting, at-risk password report and audit trail.
Link related items together, so that all the information you need is at your fingertips. Rapidly define and understand relationships between various elements of your documentation.
Edit and collaborate directly within the platform. Automatically save and sync to ensure your documents are always up to date for all team members.
“All my data used to be spread out in various places, it was disjointed and not relatable between assets. With IT Glue, features such as Flexible Assets and Procedures have been helping to get information quickly and fully to a new technician.”
Bob Brooks, Chief Information Technology Officer,
Greene County Public Health
When it comes to data security, IT Glue is second to none. We have achieved a SOC 2 Type-2 attestation, a set of data security and service controls that can only be maintained through ongoing, company-wide commitment.