Benefit Assessor Suite
Demonstrating the benefits a client will gain from an InteDelta managed programme of work is core to the InteDelta Consulting Approach.
This may be part of an Initial Business Case or a Full Business case, which are key steps under the InteDelta Delivery Lifecycle, or to enable tangible measurement of success as key project deliverables are realised.
Our Benefit Assessor suite is a set of tools we use to assess the benefits and associated costs of any initiative. We have a set of pre-configured tools for this purpose, but these will often be customised to meet a client’s particular requirements. The diagram below shows the primary components of our Benefit Assessors:
For each of the areas covered we have developed a range of metrics to assess the benefits and costs arising from the proposed programme of work:
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|P&L||Expected additional revenues as result of initiative|
|Risk exposure||Expected change in client’s relevant risk exposures such as Potential Future Exposure, Value at Risk, CVA|
|Capital||Expected change in client’s economic and/or regulatory capital|
|Efficiency and control||
We have a range of metrics depending on the specific area. For example:
Additionally, our tools are flexible to easily incorporate any KPIs used by the client and assess the impact on the relevant KPIs
|Reputation||This is a more judgemental area in which we assess the likely impact on the client’s reputation from the perspective of:|
|Project costs||For many programmes of work in the risk and collateral management space we have standard project cost estimations based upon previous work. These can be used as a starting point and be built out for each client specific initiative|
|Ongoing technology costs||For many programmes of work in the risk and collateral management space we have standard ongoing technology cost estimations based upon previous work. These can be used as a starting point and be built out for each client specific initiative|
|Headcount costs||We have a headcount model for the estimation of the ongoing incremental business headcount which can be expected to arise from any process change, covering areas such as:|