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)

Service generates compact, custom-tailored, visual easy-to-read project status reports in due time. The Client determines the frequency of reporting.

Reports

come in “visual”

and “datasheet” parts.

The datasheet part reflects the selected in a particular way issues and allows to:

  • depict schedule adherence;
  • set up task’s priority for schedule recovery;
  • get a guideline to follow;
  • prevent scope creeping.

Seamless project  control

Seamless monitoring features let to asses ongoing project status by physical volumes & manpower quantities.

Control features enable to:

  • generate status reports down from the baseline, regardless of the preplanning information available;
  • control by key criteria including physical volumes, manpower quantities & productivity;
  • award extra time for management actions;
  • provide a seamless project control;
  • set up custom-tailored reports & indicators;
  • assess and (or) foresee time-phased resource loading;
  • manage interfaces.

Control advantages:

  • no need for timesheets;
  • meeting time cut back;
  • simple, reliable and convenient;
  • compact, custom-tailored, visual easy-to-read reports;
  • reduce human error;
  • increase in staff commitment and accountability;
  • extended “plan-actual” analysis.

Control benefits:

  • on-time project completion;
  • the decrease in contingencies;
  • bonus system improvement;
  • costs reduction due to efficient resource loading.
Project benchmarks

To assess the quality of project status:

  • custom indices;
  • schedule variance;
  • cost variance;
  • To Complete Performance Index;
  • 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.