What are Shared Benefits?

Last updated by Tom Inglis on July 24, 2019 14:43

Shared Benefits are intended to be used when your organisation has one or more Benefits that are to be used in more than one Contract.

Some organisations refer to this as their Community Benefits "menu", "framework", "calculator" or "KPIs". If you have not developed your own, you can find freely available examples on the internet here and here, or we can introduce you to customers who are happy to share theirs with you.

They are divided into two parts - the parent part, and the child part which is specific to a particular Contract. You can read more about them here and here.