On Heavy Networking we spend a lot of time digging into the technologies that underpin SD-WAN: bonding multiple links, application ID, encryption and overlays, controllers, policy enforcement and more.
And while it’s essential to understand what makes SD-WAN work, before you adopt the technology, you have to build a business case.
Then, after the product or service is deployed, the business side of the house probably wants to know if the money they spent was worth it–that is, they’ll want to see a return on investment, or ROI.
To walk us through the intricacies and elements of building a business case and measuring ROI we welcome Jason Gintert, co-founder WAN Dynamics.
Jason is also the author of a new whitepaper available on the Packet Pushers Ignition site called SD-WAN: Building The Business Case & Understanding Your ROI, and we thought this was a good time to pick his brain.
So sharpen your pencils and grab your accounting eyeshades and let’s talk some business.
SD-WAN: Building The Business Case & Understanding Your ROI – Packet Pushers Ignition Whitepaper
List Of SD-WAN Vendors – Packet Pushers