A business case is a justification for a business project. A business case requests funding for a project internally from an organization's financial decision-makers or externally from investors.
A business case compares the costs of a project with the benefits that it provides. The business case must show that the benefits outweigh the costs. In many instances, it must include a financial analysis that calculates the return on investment (ROI).
Here are three tips from our Business Case Primer on how to write a business case:
For in-depth information about writing a business case, see our list of recommended books.
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Material on this page has been taken from the Business Case Primer.
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