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Gillespie Corporation FOUNDED IN 1923 34 PINE STREET, P.O. BOX 359 WARE, MA 01082-0359 TEL: 413/967-4980 FAX: 413/967-9534 WEBSITE: E-MAIL: SHALLOW PIT (8” – 12”) PASSENGER / FREIGHT ELEVATORS These are fully-functioning elevators – their appearance and functionality are indistinguishable from other passenger or freight elevators. The passenger version is completely ADA compliant.
  • structural a36 steel
  • safe refuge space per code
  • shallow pit safety system
  • required refuge space beneath the elevator for maintenance
  • 2.03 fabrication a. passenger
  • space requirements
  • passenger
  • elevator
  • power

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Return on Investment (ROI)
Most companies use Return on Investment (ROI) or its reciprocal, Payback, as a standard
measure to compare one initiative to another. Given two similar opportunities, or when
deciding whether or not a project is viable, management will usually use an ROI
calculation.
ROI = Profit/ Investment
There are differing definitions of ROI. Some companies use Net Income as the
numerator (income after interest charges and taxes) and others use Operating Income
(which does not include interest or taxes). Either of these definitions will work, so long
as you apply it consistently.
Although the definition of ROI is fairly straightforward, capturing the quantitative data
needed to calculate the ROI for a specific initiative is often very difficult.
We have attempted to simplify this process for you with an ROI Calculator. This
calculator is designed to force you to think about all of the possible costs and benefits
associated with each project.
Input all of the necessary data for each project. It will be very helpful to have the project
sponsor complete this analysis because they are going to be more familiar with the
expected costs and savings.
Not only will the ROI Calculator help you prioritize projects, but it will also force
stakeholders to think through the project and identify potential risks.
All else being equal, initiatives with the highest return on investment should be of the
highest priority. Closely scrutinize or eliminate initiatives that do not meet the 2:1
Rule of Thumb.
2:1 Rule of Thumb
If the benefits of your proposed solution are not at least double
the expected costs, then the project is not worth doing.
There is a lot of information that you will need about each project before you can begin
plugging numbers into the ROI Calculator. These include:
ð· Calculating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). This is the total cost of
the technology over the course of its lifecycle that identifies what you
will spend.
DataCenterTalk provides free Resources/Tools for Data Center Professionals.
For our professional services please contact us at info@datacentertalk.comReturn on Investment (ROI)
ð· Calculating the benefits. This step lays out all benefits and associated
money gained or saved by these benefits.
ð· Mapping out your project plan. This process will reveal all of the hidden
or overlooked costs that will affect your TCO, benefits, and your final
ROI calculation.
Listed below is the comprehensive list of costs and benefits that Info-Tech has included
in our ROI Calculator. Not every one of these costs or benefits will apply to every
project and we encourage you to add additional categories where needed.
List of Items included in the ROI Calculator
COSTS:
ð· Costs Operating System
ð· Direct Cost Purchased, Leased or Upgrade
ð· Support and Maintenance Costs In-House or Outsourced
ð· Costs Applications
ð· Direct Cost Purchased, Leased or Upgrade
o Packaged
o Development Tools
o Backup Applications
ð· Support and Maintenance Costs In-House or Outsourced
ð· Costs Hardware
ð· Direct Cost Purchased, Leased or Upgrade
o Servers
o Desktop Computers
o Backup Hardware
ð· Support and Maintenance Costs In-House or Outsourced
ð· Costs Other Capital Assets
ð· Direct Cost Purchased or Leased
o Communications Equipment Phones, Internet Lines
o Ancillary Items Furniture, Power Supply, Cable
o Building and Land Renovations or Leasehold Improvements
ð· Support and Maintenance Costs In-House or Outsourced
ð· Costs Consumables (Diskettes, CD-ROMs, Printer Cartridges, etc.)
DataCenterTalk provides free Resources/Tools for Data Center Professionals.
For our professional services please contact us at info@datacentertalk.comReturn on Investment (ROI)
ð· Direct Cost Purchased or Leased
ð· Costs Staffing
ð· Management
o IT Staff
o Non-IT Staff
ð· Planners and Analysts
ð· Development Staff
ð· Programming Staff
ð· Data Conversion
ð· Testing
ð· Recruitment
ð· Training and Tutoring
ð· Consultant
ð· Contractor
ð· Support and Maintenance
ð· Incentives
ð· Costs Other Project-Related
ð· Additional Insurance
ð· Benefits Lost If Project Delayed
BENEFITS:
ð· Benefits Increased Revenue
ð· Additional Sales
o Better availability
o New market
ð· Sales That Would Be Lost Without the Project
ð· Benefits Staffing
ð· Staff No Longer Required
o IT
o Non-IT
DataCenterTalk provides free Resources/Tools for Data Center Professionals.
For our professional services please contact us at info@datacentertalk.comReturn on Investment (ROI)
ð· Staff Time Saved that Can Be Used Elsewhere in the Company
o IT
o Non-IT
ð· Management No Longer Required
ð· Maintenance and Support Reduction
ð· Benefits Other Costs Saved
ð· Reduced Direct Materials Costs
ð· Reduction in Interest Charges Due to Reduced Debtload
ð· Office Space Saved
ð· Other Office Expenses
ð· Benefits Inventory Reduction
ð· Reduced Interest Costs
ð· Reduced Obsolete Inventory
ð· Reduced Carrying Costs, Including Power and Land/Building Usage
ð· Benefits Improved A/R
ð· Reduction in Bad Debts
ð· Increased Interest Earned by Faster Payment from Customers
ð· Annual Benefit
ð· Annual ROI
ð· Payback
Tips to Make ROI Work at Your Company
ð· ROI is a process. Establish a baseline upfront and come back to these calculations
as you begin work on each project.
ð· Be prepared to tweak the ROI Calculator. Every business is different.
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DataCenterTalk provides free Resources/Tools for Data Center Professionals.
For our professional services please contact us at info@datacentertalk.com