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The best case study templates for leading companies and organizations. Use themes and slides that take your presentation from boring to captivating.

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Types of case study templates

There are 3 main types of case study templates:

1) The Problem-Solution Case Study Template

This type of template is used to highlight a problem and then show how you solved it. It can be helpful for showing off your skills and abilities as well as highlighting what makes you unique.

2) The Chronological Case Study Template

This case study template type is used to tell a story about a customer or client in order from beginning to end. This can be helpful for illustrating how you've helped someone in the past and what results they achieved.

3) The Comparison Case Study Template

This type of case study template allows you to compare and contrast 2 different things, such as products or services. This can be helpful for showing why your option might be better than your competitor’s or highlighting the benefits of using your product or service over the alternatives.

Why these case study templates are better than any PDF or PPT templates

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Yet, most companies create their case studies in PDF or PPT file formats. These formats were never meant to be read like modern internet users consume content. PDF was meant for print on paper and PowerPoint was meant for slide projectors. Both are frustrating to read using mobile devices, computers, and tablets. They are blunt instruments that will suffocate your pipeline. It’s high time for a change. Reengage your readers with Storydoc.

What makes a good case study template?

A good case studies template follows a specific user story that resonates with a targeted segment of your audience. Case study templates should be built around a problem that’s uniquely relevant to a client segment. And they should lead the reader from problem to resolution with the help of your solution.

A good case study template has slides tailored to present the user journey from problem to resolution with graphs, tables, numbers, and quotes showing real-world examples of before and after your company came to the aid.

What should a case study template include?

When writing a case study, it is important to include all the necessary information in order for readers to understand the situation and follow the user story.

Case study templates should include 6 main chapters:

1) A short summary of the case in question (main problem, solution, and outcome)

1) A description of the problem, pain, or situation that is being studied

2) The background story of the problem, pain, or situation

3) An explanation of the research methods used

4) The numbers, graphs, and description of the findings

5) A short analysis and discussion of the findings

6) The next steps for readers with similar problems (book a demo, contact sales, etc.)

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