A business case brings together the benefits, disadvantages, costs and risks of the current situation and future vision so that you can clearly decide if a project should go ahead or not. A comprehensive business case for your project can help you:
Why develop business cases and feasibility studies?
- A business case or feasibility study involves hours of work but can save your organisation from wasting valuable resources on projects that in practice are simply not viable.
- A business case or feasibility study can identify the key activities required for a project to be implemented and sets the milestones by when these activities should take place.
- A business case or feasibility study can help you estimate your project’s performance under stress scenarios.
- A business case or feasibility study can help you obtain bank finance or apply for Government funds under a specific scheme or programme.
KPMG’s Infrastructure, Public Policy and Strategy team has extensive experience in the compilation of business cases and feasibility studies.
KPMG brings together economists and specialists in strategy and public policy to provide you with tailored policy solutions and business advice.
KPMG will provide you with tailored policy solutions and business advice.