6 Steps to Make a Business Case for New HR software

If your company is considering your repeated plea for new human resources software programs, it is unlikely you will get the full go-ahead without being asked to make a business case for them.


Rarely does the argument that it will make your job easier or help you do something a little better sway head office unless you work in sales or production.


Here are 6 ways to build your case that the overall business will benefit if you get what your department wants:


1.Try to link your case for new HR software to one of the money-making departments, such as sales. Consider it like getting the teacher’s pet to ask for longer recess. If you can show even with a remote connection that the software you are considering will help one of the revenue producers simplify their paperwork and hence have more time to spend making money, your management will look at your project more forgivingly. It’s all about knowing your audience and what appeals to them. Emphasize and focus on those points that you know will appeal to them so you can make sure you get the attention of the people making the final decision.

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