Return on Investment
The ongoing government agenda to deliver efficiency savings has led to budgetary constraints on both capital and revenue expenditure across the public sector. Despite these difficulties, the need to deliver remains in place often with significantly reduced resources.
An approach with a proven track record in meeting efficiency savings is investment in an ICT infrastructure, combined with a clearly defined methodology and user training. This can yield significant returns in terms of time, money and quality.
Imprest supports the people at the sharp end with a set of tools that allows them to focus on the critical aspects of their roles. This can produce rapid payback. It can also make the difference between success and failure.
Programme Management software has been shown to be capable of giving a payback in as little as 7.4 months (IDC, Sept 2008) and a Return on Investment of 281% (Forrester, May 2009).
This can be achieved through falling costs per project, a reduced number of redundant projects dropped, fewer project failures and reduced project throughput times.
The project administration savings alone make the cost of a suitable system highly affordable, however, it is when the ensuing work programmes and portfolios are managed well that the real efficiencies can be made.
Imprest has been developed to help you achieve these benefits, enabling it's users to follow a best practice approach, have greater control and to make efficiency savings a reality.