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RFID Sourcebook by Sandip Lahiri

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8.4. Step 3: Building Business Cases

A business case developed for a specific application area is a living and dynamic entity rather than a static, one-time action. Therefore, you need to revisit a business case periodically to account for the impact of the existing factors that might change over time and to incorporate the impact of the new factors (for example, a competitor offering similar but superior capabilities or RFID mandates from new customers and business partners). Also upon review, you can examine a business case to determine how closely it reflects reality (as evident from the associated pilot implementations and proof of concepts). At this point, you can adjudge that the business case correctly captures the impact of its constituting ...

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