When businesses evaluate new content platforms, there are a number of factors to consider. Ease of use, security and efficiency all play a part, but let’s face it, the ultimate question to be answered is this: Will this technology boost my bottom line?
The larger the company, the harder it can be to evaluate. That’s why we commissioned research giant Forrester to examine the Total Economic Impact (TEI) of Dropbox. They’ve developed an in-depth look at the cost savings and business benefits that companies adopting Dropbox can realize. Spoiler alert: They found an average return on investment (ROI) of 375% and a net present value (NPV) of $1.07 million over three years for a composite company of 1,000 people.
With Dropbox, we’re 50% faster delivering proposals to our prospects and customers, which has decreased our time to close and increased sales.
At our company, Dropbox has facilitated better content collaboration, more connected teams and more productive teams altogether.