Financial analysis is the evaluation of an investment option. It assesses its expected financial viability, stability, and benefits. It also takes into account the total cost of a change as well as the total costs and benefits of using and supporting a solution.
Financial analysis deals with uncertainty. As a change initiative progresses through its life cycle, the effects of uncertainties are better understood.
Why use financial analysis?
How to conduct a financial analysis
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