How to write a business case for implementing an IWMS
When business leaders discuss how they can benefit from Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) software solutions, risk factors and governance are two of the most important criteria for capitalization on the investment.
Before selecting and implementing an IWMS, it’s recommended to build a business case including internal and external costs and monetary and non-monetary benefits from at least a three year perspective.
This white paper examines:
- The theory behind the business case
- How to transform this theory into a practical business case?
- Benefit 1: It all starts with transparency
- Benefit 2: After transparency comes efficiency
- Benefit 3: Enabling workplace optimization
- Benefit 4: Better planning
- Benefit 5: Employee connection with self-service
- Benefit 6: Compliance in processes and reporting
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