Too often, project controls professionals receive the C-Suite’s full attention at one time only – immediately after painful and embarrassing cost or schedule overruns have come to light. So how can project controls leadership take advantage of these moments to sell to executives the power of project controls and differentiate it from the back-office, after-the-fact reports coming from Finance?
Thanks to our many attendees for making the 2014 EcoSys User Conference a great success! Our 4th annual conference was held in Broomfield, Colorado in the Denver Metro Area this past September 7th thru 9th. Some of you will remember that our first conference was also in Denver, but a few things have changed since […]
Project complexity is growing. It’s a truth we’ve seen across a multitude of industries as projects become more ambitious, take on new technological challenges, and command stratospheric budgets (where a $10 billion capital expense is no longer surprising and can be dwarfed multiple times over by the world’s very largest endeavors). A recent Wall Street […]
From time to time, we’re asked about “Financial Manager.” You can still find reference to that product name scattered across the web. In January 2011, EcoSys Financial Manager was officially renamed EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls). The following addresses some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the name change: Why did your product name change […]
Registration is officially open for our biggest event of the year: our EcoSys User Conference. This year, the event will take place from September 23 – 25 at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our expanded 2012 program features two Mini-Tracks and an optional second day Application Workshop. Through the […]
Hi, there! Welcome to our new blog. We’re excited to lend our voice to issues that have become ever more relevant during these uncertain economic times – the need for better visibility and transparency into projects, programs and portfolios across organizations. Businesses and governments alike have put greater emphasis than ever on making sure funds […]