Business Case

Business Case PowerPoint Template

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A business case examines a business scenario in terms of the potential profitability of the investment it requires. It is applied upstream of a project to examine the profitability and impact on your business model.

It’s absolutely imperative to assessing any financial risks which might accrue to a new project, before leaping into action. As the number of your employees grows, so does your responsibility as regards taking risks.

Use our new business case template, now with updates to all the important models, frameworks and charts, for analyzing your strategies, projects and investments. Download it now!

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Our Business Case Template Set for PowerPoint

... lets you evaluate future projects in terms of profitability and present your results to your team and investors.


Make the right decision for each business case in PowerPoint

A business case is useful – indeed, essential - when your company is considering important projects and major investments. It presents all the possible risks and benefits across the board in the form of scenarios, which can then be directly compared with each other.


The business case serves as a tool for making the best decision in terms of the company's objectives. In addition to clarifying and setting out the options for action clearly, a business case lists their possible effects - including financial benefits and risks - and also evaluates the sensitivity of these results.


Finally, all the results are summarized, and a solid decision recommendation can be chosen.


Business Case Template: Structure and Tools in PowerPoint

Business cases don’t have a rigidly defined structure; what is required of them depends on the sort of company you have, and the requirements you have of a particular decision. There are certain elements that have proven to be particularly useful in all cases, however, and we have included these, in clearly structured outline, in the Business Case PowerPoint template we have put together, which you can adapt for your particular needs. You‘ll also get a wide range of useful analysis and forecasting tools to enhance your presentation with professionally designed graphs, charts and tables.


Our Business Case Template for PowerPoint lets you…

  • access a clear structure for presenting your business case
  • present scenarios with the help of professionally designed diagrams
  • create a visually attractive framework for communicating your recommendation

Our Business Case PowerPoint Template contains:

  • Relevant quotation
  • Business Case definition
  • Business Case Mind Map
  • Advantages of the business case
  • Issues with the business case
  • How the business case can be used
  • Application in project management
  • Business case basic steps
  • Requirements
  • Scope and information to be included
  • MACHT method
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Presentation of options for action
  • Comparison of options
  • Project schedule
  • Future Reality Tree
  • Negative Branch
  • Scenario Analysis
  • Capital requirements forecast
  • Financing
  • Profit and loss forecast (P&L)
  • Profitability forecast
  • Cost model
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Amortization calculation
  • Break-even analysis
  • Risk matrix
  • Risk analysis
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Decision tree
  • Cost/benefit comparison
  • Scenario evaluation
  • Payback comparison
  • Gap analysis
  • Cash flow forecast
  • Net Present Value method
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