1) Know Immediately If And When Problems Arise
Knowing what happens on a timely basis is the most important part of managing and responding appropriately, whether protecting people, product or processes.
2) Reduce Or Eliminate Downtime
Organisations of all types and sizes must remain online and operating to be relevant. In today’s world, being offline leads people to do business elsewhere.
3) Maintain Maximum Energy And Resource Efficiency
Equipment and processes consume resources that cost money. The difference between profitability and going out of business can often be traced to efficiency.
4) Protect And Extend The Life Of Equipment, Product And Property
Whether managing IT equipment, consumable goods or the structure housing a business, getting maximum use and life out of valuable resources is vital.
5) Maximise Reliability For Users And Peace-Of-Mind For Managers
All organisations have people that depend on and manage resources that make business possible. High dependability increases productivity and reduces stress.
6) Stay Online And Open For Business
If a business goes offline internally or externally, people and processes are immediately interrupted. When this occurs, business stops and customers move on.
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