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Business Case Analysis and a Business Case Guide

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Business Case Analysis and a Business Case Guide

Business case analysis and a business case guide - A business case is an argument, usually documented, that is intended to convince a decision maker to approve some kind of action. The strength of the business case is every bit as important as the value inherent in the project. If you cannot demonstrate the project’s value to the company, that value may not be understood. And if the project’s value to the company is not understood, your proposal is unlikely to be approved.

A business case document should follow a fairly standard format that is relevant to any type of project. (See our guide: How to write a business case document.) However, there are particular considerations for different types of business cases. We’ve collected our content for various areas of IT, to help you prepare a compelling business case specific to your needs. We’ve included links to our definitions of related terms in each area to help you make the perfect business case and get the go-ahead on your project.

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