It’s true, but right now, as businesses fight back in the pandemic, everything is a priority. So how do you make sure you’re focusing your limited resources on so-called must-have priorities?

As your business begins to stabilize, you can view all planned initiatives and the areas they support, whether recovering current operations, supporting future growth, or fortifying long-term business resilience. Seeing all of these different elements in Clarity makes it remarkably easy to sit down with stakeholders and identify critical must-have investment priorities.

However, today’s reality is that the disruption we’ve just experienced has shrunk our budgets, at least for now. You need to ensure your limited bucks deliver the biggest possible bang. You need smart, ruthless prioritization. Fortunately, Clarity simplifies those decisions.

You can view planned, actual and forecast costs in all categories, for all timelines, and split by product, capability, initiative, objective or any other perspective you want. Decision makers can see cost forecasts over time, by finance and work area, by strategy and against capacity. You can immediately see where potential risks and financial bottlenecks will occur, and when they will happen. And, of course, you can revisit that view and capture adjustments as often as you need.

Perhaps most importantly, Clarity strategic roadmaps are dynamic. Using the in-plan option allows you to model different outcomes by adding, removing or shifting prioritizes to understand how to generate the biggest possible return on your investment. All the while continuously staying aligned to the strategies of your business. And then repeating that process as soon as your recovery begins to gain pace.

Day One in the post-pandemic world will be different from day two. You need the flexibility to adjust and adapt your plans to a constantly changing reality. But you need to start with the first things first. You need Clarity for must-have prioritization to shift dynamically the things that matter and drive innovation.

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