Business Case

When initiating a substantial digital programme it’s vital to build on solid foundations. Describing the strategic objectives of the programme, what it will take to deliver in respect of money, time and people, and setting out a realistic roadmap is core to your success. We know what it takes to build a compelling business case and will work with you to get everyone on board.

Hart Square has delivered 50+ business case projects with non-profit sector organisations over the past 3 years

Experience

Hart Square is independent of any technology and has an in-depth knowledge of the offerings available in the market for the non-profit sector.

We manage and deliver around 20 CRM and digital procurement projects per year for similar charity and membership bodies.

This in-depth market and partner knowledge allows us to advise on project budgets with a high degree of confidence.

Continuity and knowledge

Hart Square is independent of any technology and has an in-depth knowledge of the offerings available in the market for the non-profit sector.

Tech-savvy

We invest a considerable amount of time and effort keeping abreast of the ever-changing technology marketplace.

Influence

We present the findings of a business case iteratively to ensure buy-in from the project board and other key stakeholders, and to align key decisions with the strategic goals of the organisation so that they can be implemented at low risk.

Hart Square will deliver the following

  • Invest-in or replace the current system to meet the clients strategic goals, review of the current system – costs and implications for each
  • Provide clarity on what order the interlinked projects should be delivered in to minimise risk or duplicated spending

  • Production of high-level budgets for the delivery of the roadmap. This includes an estimate of costs for resourcing, tendering and recurring costs.

  • We advise on the resources, skills, capacity and budgets required to deliver

  • We provide a profile of options, costs, approaches and implications for:
    – Enhancing the current technology
    – Replacing of technology
    – Required integrations

  • Provide clarity over timescale for upgrade or replacement of current systems

  • Clarification of benefits and short, mid and long-term risks and potential steps to mitigate them

  • Provide clarity on the strategic options available with costs, risks and timelines

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