Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership of Integration Solutions
TCO is an analysis to determine all of the lifetime costs associated with the ownership of a particular asset. The ownership of an asset entails not only the initial license purchase cost but also maintenance, deployment, hardware and software upgrades, and operating the same asset throughout the asset’s anticipated service life — or an arbitrary time horizon such as 5 or 10 years to simplify analysis.
For IT leaders who are assessing the acquisition of B2B and A2A integration software suites, TCO analysis highlights a significant difference between the purchase price and the total long-term cost especially when viewed over an extended ownership period.
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