Profitability Analysis - Companies

A profitability assessment serves the purpose of making possible risks identifiable over the entire process progression, from the beginning until the end, generating planning security, as well as making a substantiated decision base for investment alternatives available.
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Profitability Analysis - Companies

Compulsory programme for low-risk IT investments

ITSM projects are often started without clearly having quantified the cost-benefit ratio. This increases the risk of false expectations and of an unwanted project progression. This is why, before a measure, both the monetary and the non-monetary effects, as well as possible investment alternatives have to be ascertained. The profitability assessment counts among the particularly established methods for this purpose. It serves the purpose of making possible risks identifiable over the entire process progression, from the beginning until the end, generating planning security, as well as making a substantiated decision base for investment alternatives available.

The non-monetary portion of the profitability assessment is based on the use-value analysis, for the monetary portion, the capital value analysis is applied. This depicts a dynamic procedure, which can be adapted to the duration of the profitability assessment. Alternatively, a divergent procedure is also possible, if a certain focus - for instance the profitability of a project - has to be set.

For safe decisions even for ambitious objectives

We support companies in the profitability assessments, both with regards to its contents and methodically, under business, organisational and project-specific aspects.

Moulding the path to there in a convincing manner is precisely the expertise of the ITSM Consulting AG, because as we are consequently using Best Practices and achieving even ambitious objectives without the often typical detours, you are winning two-fold: firstly quick and secondly economically substantiated decisions for your ITSM investments.

Stage model for the profitability assessment

  • Establishing the core objectives with the inclusion of the Business Case and possible alternatives
  • Identification of the monetary and non-monetary influential factors and compiling of the measurement criteria
  • Determining the performance criteria for the project with the definition of the measurement procedures, tools and weighting of the measured values
  • Performing the profitability assessment until the creation of a basis for decision making
  • Results interpretation with the depiction of alternatives, optimisation measures and Quick Wins

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