Infographic: How Businesses Unknowingly Pass Up on Big IT Cost Savings

Jun 19, 2013 by     No Comments    Posted under: Business, Finance, Technology
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This infographic was submitted to use by Network Hardware Resale, who also provided a brief description:

Network Hardware Resale (NHR) is proud to present to you this amazing infographic which provides valuable information on how businesses unknowingly pass up on big IT and maintenance savings. This infographic also tells you what needs to be done to enable effective cost savings by leveraging third party maintenance for your network and understanding your network’s needs without blindly following manufacturer policies.

This infographic maintains a simple method of organization and a clean layout, making it easy to follow. If a viewer wanted, they could even just read the headings to see the 4 ways they may be missing out on savings. Clear examples of data visualization guide the viewer through the statistics in an easy-to-digest manner, so that they don’t have to sift through a whitepaper to get the information.

The consistent color palette and fonts also help to simplify the information and the flow. This makes for a great B2B aesthetic — it utilizes color and illustration to walk the design line between humdrum and over-the-top.

I do find the hatched sidebar to be a little distracting. I imagine it was added just to create a bit more texture, but it feels a bit out of place to me. I think the simple design can just be owned without needing an extra visual element on the side.

In all I’d give this infographic an A — for a B2B infographic, I think it is accomplishing everything that it needs to.



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