Riding the Wave of Digital Transformation – Digitalization for Shipbuilders

January 26th, 2022

Shipbuilding is manually intensive and over-reliant on legacy processes and technology. As a result, shipbuilders are missing out on the benefits of digitalization that are being realized in other industries.  Sub-optimal productivity is just one factor however. Like all industries, shipbuilding is also facing strengthening demand from customers, regulators and the public to increase sustainability and reduce the environmental impact of their activities.  […]


COVID-19’s Impact on Projects and Factors of Successful Recovery

January 19th, 2022

Hexagon conducted a survey in partnership with PMI’s ProjectManagement.com to identify high-performing organizational behaviors that can help improve project outcomes. After just one week, the survey gleaned over 800 responses primarily from project professionals working in the Construction, Architecture, Engineering, or IT industry. While sifting through the responses, we measured the performance of the organizations […]


Project Scope: What It Is and How To Define It

April 15th, 2021

Panic sets in一you’re reviewing a project budget and realizing there is far too little money allotted for the work left. Sadly, this is a common occurrence. At least 85 percent of every project is over budget to some degree. Although this may not be as detrimental for small projects, overruns are detrimental on an enterprise […]


Agile Project Management in Capital Projects

December 16th, 2020

An agile project management approach can help facilitate on time and on budget delivery of capital projects. The size and scope of projects, coupled with long project time horizons create many challenges for project teams. But it also plays to the strengths of agile project management. For organizations reliant on large capital projects to drive […]


How Digital Transformation Will Save Power Utilities Projects

December 2nd, 2020

EcoSys for Power Utilities Product Sheet

The Power Utilities industry faces an unique series of challenges both now, and as we move into the future. When 2020 began, the Power Utilities industry was already in the middle of a sustained period of change – growing demand, decarbonization initiatives, and the move toward a smart grid. Then, COVID-19 forced a series of […]


Projects and the Power Industry: The Next Normal

November 17th, 2020

In recent years, the Power Utilities industry has been characterized by change and increasing opportunity. To keep pace, organizations have funneled more investment into capital and operations and maintenance (O&M) projects. In emerging markets, the Power Utilities industry has been experiencing strong demand for several years. Power generators and transmission and distribution companies have done […]