This fully-editable business case template also includes a free ROI calculator to help you with some of the most common calculations used in an HRIS business case
What You Will Learn
Whether your current system is on-premise and difficult to upgrade, lacks integration or self-service functionality, provides a poor employee experience, or prevents you from accessing one source of truth, you'll need to be clear on your case for a new system.
Learn how to state specific project objectives for your project as well as define what will come under the project scope and what will NOT, in order to manage expectations. This is a key aspect of building your case and will also prove vital when planning your project.
In this section of your business case, you will need to outline which vendors you have engaged with to determine costs as well as explain how you may approach vendor analysis. You'll also need to include consideration of other business systems and how your selected HRIS will align.
Here, you will need to outline the costs of a new system - either from quotes you have gathered yourself or through an outsourced Selection project. You'll need to be clear in this section as to how you have arrived at your costs and provide a breakdown.
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