A Powerful ROI

The initial value of an investment does not always have a clearly defined monetary value, but for purposes of measuring ROI, the expected value must be clearly stated along with the rationale for this initial value. Similarly, the final value of an investment also does not always have a clearly defined monetary value, but for purposes of measuring ROI, the final value must be clearly stated along with the rationale for this final value.

The rate of return can be calculated over a single period, or expressed as an average over multiple periods of time.

Return on Investment (ROI) analysis is one of several commonly used approaches for evaluating the financial consequences of business investments, decisions, or actions. ROI analysis compares the magnitude and timing of investment gains directly with the magnitude and timing of investment costs. A high ROI means that investment gains compare favorably to investment costs.

In the last few decades, ROI has become a central financial metric for asset purchase decisions(computer systems, factory machines, or service vehicles, for example), approval and funding decisions for projects and programs of all kinds (such as marketing programs, recruiting programs, and training programs), and more traditional investment decisions (such as the management of stock portfolios or the use of venture capital).

At Guaranteed Energy Solutions we design and characterize our equipment systems not only based on a client's equipment needs, but on the financial performance necessary to provide each client with a solid return on investment. Our business is to save operating expenses, and positively impact a client's 'bottom line!'

In the majority of our applications the ROI yield for our clients is 2 years or less, and in very many cases it is less than one year!