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What Is Capital Budgeting?
A Business Case (not to be confused with a Business Plan) is a document, typically an Excel-based financial model, that outlines the potential costs, (financial and non-financial) benefits, risks, return, and payback period of a proposed capital investment. For clarity, a Business Case is sometimes referred to as a Capital Budgeting Business Case or Capital Investment Business Case.
A Business Case is typically used by organizations to evaluate the feasibility and potential return on investment of a capital project, such as the construction of a new factory or the acquisition of a new piece of equipment. It is an important tool for ensuring that organizations make informed decisions about their capital investments, and that they are able to generate a positive return on those investments.
Business Case Development requires a number of skills, including:
If a capital project has been justified by the Business Case (both financially and non-financially) and receives the go-ahead from executives, the Business Case financial model is then continuously maintained and adjusted to track the project's progress against the initial financial projections and assumptions. This Business Case financial model then becomes a working document used during the Project Management process.
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