Control

A specification that will not fit on one page of 8.5×11 inch paper cannot be understood.
Mark Ardis (Stevens Institute of Technology)

Our Service in a timely fashion will allow Client to receive comprehensive information about the status of the project in the form of reports. Report generation is performed after updating the project status.

The frequency of reporting is determined by the Client;

The report allows the Client to obtain information on the status of the project in a concise form.

Reports

come in “visual”

and “datasheet” parts.

The datasheet part reflects the specially selected problem tasks for making management decisions on the project and allows to:

  • evaluate schedule adherence;
  • recover schedule;
  • prevent scope creeping;
  • get a guideline to follow;
  • prioritize tasks for fastest schedule recovery.

The System also allows seamless project monitoring between project status updates by physical volumes manpower quantities

Seamless project  control

and manpower productivity

Project Control System features enable to:

  • generate project status reports at the approval of the project baseline, regardless of the information available in the System;
  • minimize human error;
  • control key criteria including physical volumes, manpower quantities and manpower productivity
  • have extra time for management actions;
  • seamlessly control the project;
  • set up customizable indicators;
  • evaluate the actual resource performance level (KPI);
  • balance resource utilization;
  • evaluate and (or) foresee time-phased resource loading;
  • to achieve a reasonable time-money-resource loading balance;
  • manage interfaces.

Project Control System advantages:

  • closed-loop project control approach;
  • early issues warning;
  • reliable and concise reports;
  • meeting time cut-back;
  • ability to perform remotely;

Project Control System benefits:

  • on-time project completion;
  • the decrease in contingencies;
  • adjustment of a bonus system based upon verifiable data;
  • costs reduction due to efficient resource loading.
  • free dedicated software utilization

Project benchmarks

A set of features to evaluate and to forecast project performance:

To assess the quality of project status:

  • customizable indices;
  • (SV) schedule variance;
  • (CV) cost variance;
  • (TCPI) (To Complete Performance Index);
  • (CSI) cost – schedule Index.

To forecast project metrics:

  • time-phased resource loading (incl. finance and manpower);
  • variance at completion (projected cost overrun);
  • estimate to complete;
  • estimate cost at completion.