Business Case Analysis for Water Utility Modernization
Date : February 15, 2017 Time : 11:00 AM CST

Join West Monroe Partners and Winston Salem Forsyth County (WSFC) for a Business Case Analysis (BCA) for Water Utility Modernization.


Many water utilities struggle to address internal pressures to “keep the water running” (pun intended) – aging infrastructure, cost of service, water conservation, non-revenue water. In addition, new social, environmental, and economic trends require resources – population changes, climate & hydrology, customer expectations, and workforce management.


Simply put, utilities are managing complex systems within a dynamic world where traditional approaches and aging infrastructure no longer meet expectations.


Utility modernization provides solutions to a wide host of water utility and industry challenges. Analyzing and articulating a utility modernization strategy requires a comprehensive business case analysis process. We invite you to our exclusive webinar where you will learn about:

  • Business case analysis process
  • Characteristics of a successful business case
  • Stakeholder collaboration
  • Business case modeling
  • Communicating business case analysis
  • AMI case study
... through the use of an interactive case study. At the end of this session, you will better understand the internal and external pressures creating a need for a business case analysis to successfully address infrastructure, management, customer, and environmental challenges. You will also learn approaches to completing a compelling case for your investment. 
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