Business Case Development

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:

Executive Summary

Project Details

Explanation of business need
Project scope
Project assumptions
Identification of key project stakeholders
Project governance
Project Requirements

Risk Management

Assessment of risks
Risk mitigation strategies
Financial Analysis

Capital cost
Operational cost
Whole of life costing analysis
Return on investment
Consideration of Options

Project Schedule