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Discover how Dropbox delivered 375% ROI for businesses

A recent Forrester study, The Total Economic Impact™ Of Dropbox, delivers the hard numbers and shows what we can do to help your business—and employees—thrive.

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.

—SVP of Worldwide Sales, Software
We think those numbers are formidable, but what happened to make them happen can apply to pretty much any company. The top benefits were reduced rework, help with IT management, and improvements in productivity, collaboration, and corporate governance. They’re the types of upgrades that no business would turn down. And interestingly enough, in the case of improved individual productivity, the benefit improves as the years pass, with Year 2 and 3 values doubling that of Year 1.

At our company, Dropbox has facilitated better content collaboration, more connected teams, and more productive teams altogether.

—​​Director of IT, Conglomerate
Intrigued? Read the full study to find out how Dropbox is making a difference for businesses, and how your company can get similar results.

Learn about the total economic impact Dropbox can bring to your business

Read the Forrester TEI study