In profiling LA Metro's large scale, 30-year capital plan, Engineering News-Record cites EcoSys EPC as a source for the program's increased efficiency.
CIO Magazine spoke with EcoSys EVP Christen Bergerud about challenges and solutions to improve project management processes. See what Christen had to say about change management in item No. 9.
In this article from the September/October issue, ConstrucTech interviews EcoSys EVP Christen Bergerud and other experts on the benefits of Earned Value Management (EVM) and the information construction firms need to use in order to effectively implement EVM.
In this piece penned by EcoSys' Javier Sloninsky, we discuss the importance of a project controls solution for contractors which can aid in overall project visibility and enable businesses to become more proactive in their forecasting and implementation of prescriptive action.
Using EcoSys EPC, the E&P company steps into the digital oil field to better project cost controls and integrate existing software programs as part of the work associated with ongoing projects in two natural gas fields.
Overrun Avoidance: Cost-control software helps keep megaprojects in the black [New Technology Magazine]
EcoSys was featured in New Technology Magazine's July Software Issue spotlighting cost saving solutions for the Oil and Gas industry. The article speaks to EcoSys' ability to provide real-time insight into project performance in the face of rising project complexity and cost overruns.
An article authored by EcoSys' Javier Sloninsky was recently featured in Oil & Gas Monitor. The article speaks to achieving project visibility, more advanced forecasting, and balancing of labor needs through modern cost controls software.
EcoSys, the industry leader in planning & cost controls software, is currently featured in the February 2011 special Primavera issue (print edition) of Oracle's Profit Magazine. The article, recognizing EcoSys as an Oracle Primavera Partner, speaks to the software's unique fit for project cost management, bridging the gap between planning and execution for project-driven organizations.
EcoSys CEO Javier Sloninsky's commentary entitled "An opportunity to improve financial management tools" was featured in the Federal Times this week. In his commentary, Javier suggests that the requirements of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) related to project financial transparency present a unique opportunity to implement next-generation government financial management software solutions. Reporting to Recovery.gov should just be the beginning -- understanding the links between program investment and performance will make the greatest strides towards increasing efficiency and effectiveness.
CMCS Collaborate, a journal dedicated to project driven businesses, featured a product review of EcoSys Financial Manager in their February issue.