Profit from a calculated project
Your decision to use SupplyOn for collaborating with your supply chain partners pursues commercial goals which need to be clearly defined and quantified. A solid business case establishes realistic expectations and forms the link between project goals and the necessary investments.
Promising levers and improvement potential are evaluated and converted into an implementation plan. The business case thus forms an important foundation for defining and scoping the project. It serves as a powerful instrument for project management and control throughout the entire project. Moreover, the business case secures permanent support for the project from your top management.
How you benefit from business cases via SupplyOn
- Improvement potential and levers are identified and evaluated in a benefit case.
- Cost and benefits are compared in the business case.
- Actual cost and realized benefits are evaluated on an ongoing basis.