Business Case Development and Solutions Selection
We analyze our clients’ operations and bring our industry knowledge to bear in order to build business cases for new IT systems, changes in service delivery and staffing that help our clients improve their media operations. We also support our clients by writing Requests for Proposal and providing subject matter expertise on reviewing responses from vendors.
Business Case Development
We help our clients build solid business cases for projects that require a capital outlay in order to improve their content management operations. The components of the business case typically include:
- Define the opportunity in terms of the client’s business vision and objectives
- Significance of the opportunity (either in terms of content management trends or internal and/or external business drivers)
- Analysis of current and future states
- Proposal including the return on investment and key performance indicators
- Impacts on people, processes and systems
As a result of working with us to define their business cases, our clients are able to:
- Make informed decisions about capital outlay
- Identify the benefits in a tangible way (for instance, reduction of support spend, increased content throughput of 50%, etc.
- Trust that they have made the most informed decision
The Bodhi Tree Group is vendor-neutral, meaning that we are able to provide unbiased advice on selecting the right vendors for our clients. We have extensive experience generating and evaluating RFPs and recommending the best solution to meet our clients’ needs.
The components of our RFP’s and evaluation typically include:
- Business requirements identification, prioritization and ranking
- Weighted evaluation matrix
- Cultural fit
- Feedback from other clients
- Industry knowledge and foresight
As a result of working with us to select the appropriate vendor(s), our clients are able to:
- Select the right fit for their organization
- Ensure that the solution will facilitate future processes
- Mitigate the risk of selecting a vendor that will not deliver the most value