Business case development is the process of creating a document that helps justify a WFM investment. A strong business case compares the cost of the investment against the cost savings that will come from streamlining your processes for time and attendance, forecasting, scheduling, leave management, and supporting activities. Your business case may also seek to estimate the incremental sales that will be driven by improving employee engagement and increasing customer satisfaction.
Axsium helps clients build impactful and persuasive business cases to justify workforce management transformation initiatives. These initiatives can be financially costly and time-consuming, so Axsium helps clients perform due diligence in estimating the likely costs of implementation and run-state, as well as the financial and intangible benefits of a WFM initiative.