Business Case Template

MS-Word Template:

Business Case Template

Format: DOTX
Filesize: 52 KB

With this Business Case Template for MS Word, you can quickly and easily create a documentation and justification for your project.

A Business Case is used to document the justification for the undertaking of a project, based on the estimated costs (of development, implementation and incremental ongoing operations and maintenance costs) against the anticipated benefits to be gained and offset by any associated risks.

Within this template, the following topics are included:

  1. Purpose and Scope
  2. Executive Summary
  3. Reasons
  4. Business Options
  5. Expected Benefits
  6. Expected Dis-benefits
  7. Timescale
  8. Cost
  9. Investment Appraisal
  10. Major Risks
  11. List of Abbreviations
  12. List of Figures and Tables

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