What does downtime cost your business?

When you consider lost productivity, sales, and customers, it may be more than you'd think.


Step 1: Fill in this section to determine the cost of lost productivity.

$
/hour
%

Cost of lost employee productivity per hour:

After 1 hour

$0

After 5 hours

$0

After 12 hours

$0

After hours

$0

Step 2: Fill in either Option A or Option B in this section to determine the most relevant impact on sales for your business.

Totals are calculated based on the selected option.


Option A - Lost Revenue

$
# of days open per week
# of operating hours per day
# of business days you're closed
(e.g., due to holidays)
Total annual operating hours

%

Revenue loss per hour:

After 1 hour

$0

After 5 hours

$0

After 12 hours

$0

After hours

$0


Option B - Opportunity cost of lost sales

$

Opportunity cost of lost sales per hour:

After 1 hour

$0

After 5 hours

$0

After 12 hours

$0

After hours

$0

Step 3: Fill in this section to determine the reputational damage (cost of lost customers).

$
$

Reputational damage (cost of lost customers) per hour:

After 1 hour

$0

After 5 hours

$0

After 12 hours

$0

After hours

$0

Your total estimated cost of downtime per hour is:

After 1 hour

$0

After 5 hours

$0

After 12 hours

$0

After hours

$0