This article explains how you can edit the assumptions in a use case to customize a business case to fit your solution(s).
If you haven't used the Business Case Tool yet, we recommend that you read this article first.
Here's how to create a custom business case.
- Use the toggles to turn off any default business cases that have been loaded
2. Then click on the 'Add Custom Business Case' button
3. Toggle the Custom Business Case on and click the expand button to see the customization options
Revenue / COGS / SG&A / Total Revenue (FS companies) / Operating Expenses (FS companies) value impact
- You can either edit the overall value impact percentage and this will be applied to each of the next three years or you can add individual values for each of the three years. Click the triangle to show the fields for each year.
- For SG&A and COGS, negative percentages represent a reduction in costs (e.g. -1% is equivalent to a 1% improvement in costs).
- You can add implementation costs, either as an annual cost that will be applied to each of the next three years or as individual values for each of the next three years. Click the triangle to show the fields for each year.
Proportion of business impacted
- You can adjust the proportion of the company's business that is impacted by these value impacts. For example, if your solution is only going to be implemented on one business segment that represents 20% of the company's revenues, you can set this to 20%