The company's software helps producers gain a competitive advantage by optimizing well production, improving well safety and reducing costly downtime
The cost that may be assignable to each hour of downtime
varies widely depending upon the nature of your business, the size of your company, and the criticality of your IT systems to primary revenue generating processes.
Further, many enterprises experience significant downtime
and delay when failing over from a primary site to a disaster recovery site, due to the required manual client reconfigurations.
usually proves more costly than scheduled wear parts maintenance, Toft says.
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Depending on a customer's industry and application, just a half-hour of downtime
can cost a company tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue and productivity.
According to Gartner, a large percentage of system downtime
is due to planned downtime
for security patches, maintenance and upgrades.
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Anything that disrupts this security and accessibility creates downtime
, and downtime
costs companies money.
The survey pointed out key issues that required refinement, such as excessive downtime
during internships and initial experiences on the job.
In finished tire transfers, other customers are said to be reporting zero scrap, zero jams, zero downtime
and zero maintenance, according to the company.