You can use a Cost Benefit Analysis document to analyze, evaluate, and cost potential solutions to meet your organization’s needs. You can use this to present the costs for the design, development, installation, operation, maintenance, and disposal of the proposed system over its projected lifetime and identify the approach for the development of the system as determined in the Feasibility Study.

Cost Benefit Analysis : Benefits

  • Describe the proposed system and its alternatives
  • Present the total cost for the system across its project lifespan
  • Outline tangible and intangible benefits
  • Compare the costs of each alternative

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose
1.2 Background
1.3 Scope
1.4 Methodology
1.5 Evaluation Criteria
2 Assumptions, Constraints, and Conditions
2.1 Assumptions
2.2 Constraints
2.3 Conditions
2.4 Recommendations
3 Description of Alternatives
3.1 Current System
3.2 Proposed System
3.3 Alternative System Name
4 Cost Analysis
4.1 Development Costs
4.2 Operational Costs
4.3 Non-Recurring Costs
4.3.1 Capital Investment Costs
4.3.2 Other Non-Recurring Costs
4.4 Recurring Costs
4.5 Project Cost Analysis
5 Benefit Analysis
5.1 Key Benefits
5.2 Tangible Benefits
5.3 Summary of Tangible Benefits
5.4 Intangible Benefits
5.5 Summary of Intangible Benefits
6 Cost and Benefit Comparison
6.1 Results of Tangible Benefits Comparison
6.2 Results of Intangible Benefits Comparison
6.3 Return on Investment
6.4 Conclusion
7 Sensitivity Analysis
7.1 Sources of Uncertainty
7.2 Results
8 Results of the Analysis
9 References

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