A Free Yet Powerful Tool for Tracking IT Equipment Warranties
Warranties and service contracts represent a significant chunk of the IT budget. Organizations typically pay between 1 percent and 10 percent of a product’s purchase price for maintenance, with renewal costs tending to increase as equipment gets older. Effective management of warranties and service contracts helps keep those costs in check while ensuring vital coverage for critical equipment.
However, many organizations still track warranties manually — a time-consuming and exasperating chore that distracts IT teams from key initiatives. And in today’s distributed environment, with decentralized purchasing and management, IT maintenance agreements are often scattered across multiple departments. All of this increases the risk of key assets going off warranty, leaving your organization vulnerable to unexpected costs should that equipment fail.
If you’re managing warranties manually, ask yourself these questions:
- How much time does your team spend tracking warranties?
- Can you tell at a glance which warranties are due to expire?
- Have service contracts lapsed on any of your equipment?
- Are you paying for warranties on equipment that has changed roles or is no longer in use?
- Do you know how much to budget for warranty renewals — and how much you could save by consolidating and co-terminating warranties?
Renewal Services from Sequel Data Systems replaces error-prone manual processes with an easy-to-use, web-based system. We track all of your warranties, service contracts and software licenses in a customized portal that gives you secure, centralized visibility from anywhere. Behind the scenes, our warranty and service contract experts are there to help you take full advantage of vendor maintenance plans and get the most bang for your buck.
Best of all, Sequel provides Renewal Services at no cost to you!
Click through these pages to learn more, or complete the form below to request a demo. Let Sequel eliminate the cost and frustration of manually tracking warranties while preventing unexpected lapses in coverage.