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Using a Business Case Analyser

Every business has its motives to push towards innovation. Meaning that every business case is different, but at the end of the day, the bottom line is identical. Whether it is to increase revenue or reduce costs, we all want to know what our return on investment is.

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Using a Business Case Analyser

Every business has its motives to push towards innovation. Meaning that every business case is different, but at the end of the day, the bottom line is identical. Whether it is to increase revenue or reduce costs, we all want to know what our return on investment is. You can calculate this by using our new Business Case Analyser (BCA). The BCA will provide insight into the increased efficiency of your organisation, and thereby saved costs. Through numerous client studies, we quantified the efficiency zertic has realised.

Note that the BCA will only calculate hours saved. The less quantifiable business case aspects as client-friendly, supporting strategic goals, improved quality and trust are left out of the analyses. It is up to you to quantify the benefits to your beliefs.

While calculating the specific business case we use averages. We created these average through analysing our client’s productivity before and after the implementation of zertic. The calculation of each step is calculated precisely and detailed. For that reason, the BCA works as a precise measurement for each process step by itself and for a complete process walkthrough as a whole.

Levels of the BCA


The Practice Calculation which contains 5 fields to fill in. This calculates, in rough estimates, the average cost savings against the industry standards.

The Detailed Calculation which contains the complete walkthrough of an audit to calculate the exact cost saving for your specific situation.

Innovation has a price. In the pricing section on our website, you find the cost of the recurring license fees and the implementation costs. We find that our clients often compare the license fee plus initial implementation costs against the BCA results in a 5-year time frame.

To reduce the impact on effective cashflow we offer finance options for the implementation costs. Read more about that on our price page.

Benefits

Depending on your current situation, you could realise a 50% reduction in hands-on time (audit executing, reporting and non-conformity management). Due to the workflow management within the application, the lead time can be reduced with 20%. This is next to the previously mentioned, less tangible, business case aspects like client engagement, quality standards, user-friendliness and much more.

Complete the application form and you will receive the Business Case Analyser.

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