Project Controls Software

Making a way to digital future: Integrated systems in project controls

Are you facing challenges in managing projects at different phases in the project lifecycle? An integrated project controls system facilitates the integration of data within various phases of cost engineering, namely cost estimating, cost management, scheduling, and benchmarking.

  • WEBINAR: Learn how to easily design and evaluate the cost of your projects

    Join this webinar to learn how you can design your process & evaluate both fixed and variable project costs quickly & accurately.

  • The perks of standardizing processes in project controls

    To be able to find answers quickly and easily, you must know where to look. Even large organizations that have to deliver multiple projects of any size, still rely heavily on Excel spreadsheets. Standardizing projects on processes that are based on industry and internal best practices not only saves project managers from many of the worst surprises but also improves project performance.

  • Project Controls Software Systems: A need or a Choice?

    As a project controller what is your most annoying/difficult task while executing a project? In any company that builds or executes large scale projects, ask any resident project controls (PC) personnel and their most dreaded time is invariably month-end reporting and the ensuing late nights in getting data ready for monthly stewardship reports.

  • Mining Industry: Reduce cost overrun risks

    “The mining industry is one of the only industries where the problem of underperformance is a structural problem and newly developed mining projects often struggle to finish within budget, and just as often exceed the budget vastly.” Mining executives often blame project underperformance on foreseeable complexities and uncertainties, having to do with the scope of and demand for the project, the technology or project location, or even stakeholder opposition. No doubt, all of these factors at one time or another contribute to cost overruns, benefit shortfalls, and delays (Bent Flyvbjerg, 2014).