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Example Financial Analysis
Macro View
Example Financial Analysis
Macro View
Example Financial Analysis
Micro View
Costs
• Money paid out directly or indirectly in
support of the product or service on behalf
of the organization
– Labor
–...
Benefits
• Real or perceived points of entity value
– Sales
– Time saved
– Quality improvements
– Strategic
– Few people
–...
Financial Basics
• Pricing – How much does this “thing” cost
– Sales Price or Revenue
• Manufacture’s Suggested Retail Pri...
Net Present Value (NPV)
Compares the value of a dollar today to
the value of that same dollar in the future,
taking inflat...
Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
• The break-even interest rate which equates the
Net Present Worth - NPW - (Net Present Valu...
The Spreadsheet
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Do you dread coming up with the numbers and trying to make the business case? I'll provide a spreadsheet that put everything in one place and allows you to try adjustments on the fly and observe the outcomes in real time. This session will make the financial justification a little less painful and you look a whole lot smarter.

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  • What are you trying to do and for whom? I imagine that you are trying to gain executive support for a new product / project. That being the case, the executive is the first customer you have to sell on this idea. So what information are they going to want to make the decision. This presentation and the accompanying spread sheet will attempt to cover these bases.
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  • Financial Justification to Knock your Executives Sock's Off

    1. 1. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level 01/30/15 1
    2. 2. Financial Analysis to KnockFinancial Analysis to Knock Your Executives Socks OffYour Executives Socks Off Larry McKeogh @lmckeogh
    3. 3. Example Financial Analysis Macro View
    4. 4. Example Financial Analysis Macro View
    5. 5. Example Financial Analysis Micro View
    6. 6. Costs • Money paid out directly or indirectly in support of the product or service on behalf of the organization – Labor – Time – Materials – Support – Marketing – Depreciation – Others?
    7. 7. Benefits • Real or perceived points of entity value – Sales – Time saved – Quality improvements – Strategic – Few people – Others?
    8. 8. Financial Basics • Pricing – How much does this “thing” cost – Sales Price or Revenue • Manufacture’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) • Price to channel • Actual or Average Sales Price (ASP) – Cost Of Goods Sold (COGS) • Profit Margin – usually discussed as a % • Gross • Net
    9. 9. Net Present Value (NPV) Compares the value of a dollar today to the value of that same dollar in the future, taking inflation and returns into account
    10. 10. Internal Rate of Return (IRR) • The break-even interest rate which equates the Net Present Worth - NPW - (Net Present Value) of a project’s cash flow in and out.
    11. 11. The Spreadsheet 10 tabs of related information
    12. 12. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level 01/30/15 15

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