It’s no secret that costs are rising. We feel it at the grocery store and the gas station, among many other places. But project-driven organizations are feeling it too… in an exponentially larger way. With material costs ballooning and labor shortages still in full swing, there seems to be no end in sight for this […]
This infographic explores the returns and benefits realized by deploying the EcoSys Enterprise Project Performance (EPP) platform. See how your organization can leverage EPP to maximize returns. For download and expanded view, this infographic can also be accessed by clicking here.
Most project performance professionals will recognize this scenario: you are well into your project, and someone asks for the latest status update. You now contact different team members to get the latest information on actuals, forecasts, schedules and budgets and spend hours collating the information together. By the time it lands in the inbox of […]
Underperformance is nothing new in the world of capital projects. Large projects experience cost and schedule overruns consistently. They are not meeting their intended objectives, not delivering expected business value. We’ve been hearing the same story for years. Additionally, projects are beginning to have a greater impact on shareholder value. This has raised the stakes […]
Project KPIs, or Key Performance Indicators, are measurable values that help you evaluate project performance. When executing a project, it is important to develop meaningful KPIs that help ensure projects are delivering intended benefits. This traditionally meant staying within budget and on schedule. But in today’s complex and competitive landscape, KPIs also need to ensure […]
If you’re reading this blog post, it’s safe to say that you either deliver or invest in capital projects. And if you are involved with capital projects, you’ve most likely experienced cost and schedule overruns and projects that have not delivered intended benefits. In fact, according to the Construction Industry Institute, less than 6% of […]