May 7th, 2014
EcoSys User Conference 2014: Early Bird Registration is Now Open!
We hope you’ll join us this September for another exciting and informative User Conference in Denver, Colorado! Sign up by Friday, July 11 to save $150 on registration.
Industry Focus: Nuclear Energy
The megaprojects in the nuclear power generation industry are complex endeavors with long time horizons. EcoSys EPC was engineered specifically to provide visibility into such projects and help to better forecast and improve project outcomes. Key players in the nuclear space have recognized this value and adopted EcoSys EPC including AREVA, B&W, Nuclear New Build Generation Co., NuScale Power, and Westinghouse Electric Co.
In this industry focus brochure, read how the EcoSys EPC software platform has been designed with the cost controls capabilities to support the complex and safe construction requirements of the nuclear industry. The case study gives insight into how AREVA is using Earned Value to drive project performance.
> Case Study: AREVA Inc. Improves Project Certainty with EVM Standardization Initiative
Technology Innovations for Project Controls
The tour has crossed North America and now moves to Europe! Join us for a multi-city tour with keynotes from Accenture in Aberdeen and Stavanger. This event will showcase three best-in-class software solutions for project management, project controls, and project visibility. See how these innovative improvements in management of cost and schedule, and collaboration can help deliver more predictability and improve project outcomes. To register, please click on the links below:
|Mon, May 12
|Tues, May 13
|Wed, May 14
Estimating is an important part of EcoSys EPC’s full lifecycle project controls solution. Typically, organizations use EcoSys EPC for estimating when they find traditional estimation tools too rigid and cumbersome so they gravitate to Excel, or when the estimation process is unique and requires flexible algorithms for parametric estimating. Download our brochure to see how integrating estimates with budget and execution data within the same system gives the project team greater visibility of variances and control over performance.