Soft savings are the intangible benefits that result from projects or initiatives. Soft savings are much harder to quantify than hard savings.
Examples of soft savings:
Soft savings can often be made harder. While the savings are hard to quantify soft savings can often add up and if all the dots are connected correctly and your audience can understand, they sometimes can be as valuable as hard savings.
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