DEVELOPING A BUSINESS CASE FOR IMPLEMENTING RFID IN MANUFACTURINGAuthor: William M. Scott
Company: LGS, an IBM Company
Date Published: 9/25/2005 Conference: SMTA International
Most projects require at least some elements of a business case to gain approvals for resource usage, schedules, and funding. The business case must be in a clear, understandable form so that management can easily recognize the business benefits associated with the project - the competitive advantages that will result. To this end, IBM/LGS have developed a Business Case Methodology for RFID and other information related technology projects. This approach results in a concise, complete view of the scope, benefits, costs, and other elements of the project.
Key Words: RFID, Business Case methodology, business benefits, Business drivers
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