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Business Case Financial Impact
from deck Sales Business Case Study Template (PowerPoint graphics)

Business Case Financial Impact

Slide Content

The slide is titled "Business Case Financial Impact" and is described as containing a "Description with Data-Driven Trend Line Chart." It presents a dual-axis line chart tracking "Revenue" and "Percentage of Savings" over a twelve-month period. Alongside the chart is a section headlined "Financial Impact Title," which invites the presenter to list "Areas of influence on company revenue." There are placeholder text bullets suggesting where additional details can be added.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is plain white.
  • The title is in a large, bold, teal font at the top of the slide.
  • There is a smaller header titled "Financial Impact Title" inside a rounded rectangle with a teal background.
  • On the left side, there's a teal circular icon with a gear symbol indicating settings or mechanisms.
  • The line chart on the right has two lines representing "Revenue" in a dark blue shade and "Percentage of Savings" in a lighter blue.
  • The chart has a horizontal axis labeled with the months January through December and two vertical axes for values (dollars for revenue and percentage for savings).
  • There are two circular icons above the chart with financial symbols – one for money and another for stacked coins.
  • The icons and chart legends ("Revenue" and "% of Savings") have a grey background that contrasts with the white of the slide and the blues of the chart.

The slide has a professional and clean design with a color theme centralizing around shades of blue and teal. The graph is the focal point, complemented by financial icons and coordinated color block sections for text.

Use Cases

  • Presenting a financial overview in an annual business review meeting to showcase revenue and savings trends.
  • Explaining the financial impact of strategic decisions in a board meeting or to stakeholders.
  • Using in a budgeting and forecasting presentation to illustrate past performance and future projections.
  • Incorporating in a financial analysis training session to teach employees how to interpret dual-axis financial charts and understand business trends.

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