The business case defines the blue print of what the project or programme is about. The objectives and intended benefits of the initiative underpin the justification for the investment of time, money and people. A robust and well documented business case that offers detailed analyses of costs, assumptions, implications and benefits is a useful tool of project governance and accountability.
Often, senior management and the board are charged with approving business cases do not have the capability to validate assumptions, verify financial modelling or detect omissions and errors. Many rely on good faith that appropriate methods and rigour have been applied during development.
We can help you during this critical justification stage by providing objective and independent assessment that is free from self-interest or hidden agendas. Instead, we bring relevant industry knowledge and best practice business case modelling methodologies to help you identify fatal assumptions, erroneous financials, business or strategic misalignment, significant gaps and vendor bias.
We are familiar with the relevant guidelines published by the State Services Commission and Office of Auditor General for public organisations, and we bring a pragmatic application of international standards for both public and private organisations.
Talk to the team about business case analysis and assessment.