You can add Shark as an App icon on your phone or tablet home screen or computers desktop.
You’ve had a discussion with your customer about the benefits your new solution will offer to them, you’ve also discussed the costs, the next step is scrolling to the ROI figures. We don’t want our users keeping their fingers crossed that it’s a positive business case, we want them to reveal the ROI figures with confidence.
You can now add images to business case sessions!
When you are at a client to do that valuable business case you no longer need to be concerned about getting online. You can now use Shark entirely offline.
Shark is clever enough to adapt to your devices screen size. This means you can use smart phones, tablets, laptops, Mac's, PC's and any other device that can run a modern web browser (Edge, Chrome, Safari etc.).
Found on the left hand side of the screen, we have added sidebar navigation functionality. Here you can quickly and easily see details about the business case, benefits, costs, ROI summaries and you can also create the different outputs. To make things even easier for our users, we've added a calculator!
Shark has multiple languages versions available including English (UK), English (US), Dutch, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
With theme support you can change the user interface of Shark. Among the available themes are Light and Dark mode.
Keep important notes about the business case.
Central to creating a business case with Shark is the Summary screen.
Set the customers minimum annual return rate percentage on the investment.
Choose a review period from 1 to 360 months.
Quantify the business case benefits from an extensive library of benefit calculators called Evaluators.
You can now create your own benefit layouts to only include the exact benefits you require.
The benefit progress bar shows how much of a benefit has been completed.
Before a customer visit you can send a document to help collect data pertinent to the business case.
Shark now allows you to freely edit a benefit cash profile.
If you already have a benefit you would like to add to the business case you can use the custom monthly and one time feature.
Some benefit inputs are the same across several different benefits, when this is the case you will be asked if you would like to turn your inputted value into a Default Session Value. Doing so will allow you to re-use the value across multiple benefits and instantly update the value across all occurrences.
Quickly find the benefit you are after by using the handy search and filter options.
Shark now allows you to freely edit a cost cashflow.
Ability to view each cost cashflow.
Each type of cost can have notes which will be added to the final output documents.
Include recurring and non-recurring costs in your business case.
Easily drag and drop to reorder costs.
Shark generates a pptx presentation for use in your preferred software (PowerPoint, Google Slides etc.).
Presentation slides can be incorporated into your existing presentations to inherit your corporate style.
Shark Software generates xlsx spreadsheets for use in your preferred software (Excel, Power BI, Google Sheets etc.)
Spreadsheets give you an alternative way to articulate the value you have to offer.
Having carefully crafted your business case you can choose to output in Short Form or Long Form docx for use in your preferred software (Word, Google Docs etc.)
Select up to 10 sessions for a full comparison and generate a comparison document.
You can duplicate an existing session to create different variations of it.
You now have the ability to create folders to organise all of your business cases within Shark.
With Shark you can start a session using a sample session (when available) or one of the many custom template layouts.
Shark now allows you to share sessions with other users in your Shark community!
You've built the business case with your customer and then they tell you that they are going out to tender.
You've built the business case with your customer and then they tell you that they are going to delay the project.
You've built the business case with your customer and then they decide that they are not going to move forward with you and have actually decided not to do anything at all.
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