What are the "Best Practices" for doing a Cost Benefit Analysis on a Change Request?

We use Automation Hub to prioritize ideas. As part of the prioritization, a CBA is done in Automation Hub. I can then capture the graphic showing the potential savings of the automation. Once the automation is deployed, I update the CBA with the actual costs of development. I can then capture that graphic and it shows the estimate vs the actual. The information from the CBA shows in the Dashboard that shows the automation pipeline potential. If an update is made to the automation, I want to use the Change Request feature within Automation Hub and capture the estimate of the benefits and costs. Is there a way to show the CBA for the idea and all of the CBAs done for change requests to get a picture of the true cost and savings for an automation idea?

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