If you use case studies to promote your business, attract leads, and convert prospects, the following templates will help. Our business Case Study template download includes 19 pre-formatted MS Word documents, which can be easily modified to meet your next project. You also get a free 21 page tutorial on How to Write a Case Study and an Information Gathering Form for gathering data when writing your case study.
Case Study Template – Sample Pages
The following screenshots show the inside pages in the MS Word template.
Note that each MS Word document includes a cover page with image, a page with trademark, disclaimers and other legal text, then the table of contents, followed by the actual case study chapters. Each of these includes guidelines to help you and your team write the material, which of course, is also included in the 21-page tutorial.
How to Write a Business Case Study
If you’ve been commissioned to write a case study, or are interested in starting a lucrative career as a marketing writer, this 21 page tutorial should give you a solid understanding of the fundamentals involved.
The tutorial explains:
- What is a Case Study
- Why write a Case Study
- Length, Format and Presentation
- How to Structure your Case Study
- Areas to Highlight
Case Study Information Gathering Form
Use this form to gather information for your case study, such as your client’s background, partners involved in the project, and technical aspects of the technologies deployed in the solution.
Once you have this information at your disposal, you are in a much stronger position to begin your case study.
Case Study Template Pack
The templates are in Microsoft Word and can be downloaded online for only $19.99.
The template pack includes the following documents:
- 19 MS Word Case Study Templates
- Case Study Checklist
- How to Write a Case Study
- Case Study Information Gathering Form
Learn more at: https://klariti.com/case-study/
What does the business case template contain?
It provides you with the structure you need to describe four main areas:
- Business Need – what is the specific need or gap in the market you are trying to target? Describe the business need that the project will address, for example, a new call center required to support customers requiring technical support.
- Anticipated Outcomes – describe the anticipated outcomes of implementing the project that addresses the business issue. Examples of outcomes should include answers to questions such as, “What are our aims?”, “How to define success factors?” and “What are the expected benefits?”
- Justification – describe why this project should be implemented and the rationale for why it was selected over other alternative solutions. Summarize key quantitative and qualitative information, including a description of the impact of not implementing the project.
- Critical Success Factors – describe and list the project’s critical success factors. Determine how success will be measured, for example, the percentage take-up of new services over [X] years.
You also get a free 21 page tutorial on How to Write a Case Study and an Information Gathering Form for gathering data when writing your case study.