If required, Catalog Automation can assist in the creation of a compelling business case to detail cost savings and positive project outcomes.
A business case if typically used to assist in securing funding for a workflow automation project. It details relevant financial metrics e.g. return on investment (ROI), payback period.
Creating a formal business case ensures that all project stakeholders understand the desired outcomes of the project before significant investment is undertaken.
A typical business case will include the following content:
Explanation of business need
Identification of key project stakeholders
Assessment of risks
Risk mitigation strategies
Whole of life costing analysis
Return on investment
Consideration of Options