July 30th, 2014
EcoSys recently opened a new office in Sydney, Australia which will serve as the company headquarters for the Asia Pacific region. This announcement follows the continued strong growth in global sales of the EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) project controls software platform.
The new office in Sydney will enable EcoSys to provide better service to its customers, further increase regional sales, and build a strong network of business partners.
We hope you’ll join us this September for another exciting and informative User Conference in Denver, Colorado! Register now and save $500 when combining the User Conference and Training!
This year, three training sessions will be conducted right after the conference, conveniently taking place at the Omni Interlocken or just minutes away at EcoSys Headquarters in Broomfield, Colorado. Once you register for the conference, you’ll be sent a discount code to use for any of the following training sessions:
|101: Intro to EPC Configuration
|201: Advanced EPC Configuration
|202: EPC Administration
Industry Focus: Utilities
With annual capital budgets into the billions, and thousands of projects delivered each year, power generation and utilities organizations often struggle under the weight and range of project and cost information that must be managed. EcoSys EPC addresses these issues with an easy-to-use web application that allows for the maintenance and integration of complex data to facilitate better reporting and decision making.
From integrating cost and schedule, and measuring progress to calculating KPIs and automating reports, EcoSys EPC is the ideal tool for your EVM requirements. A scalable solution, EcoSys supports simple EV calculations for small projects through full ANSI 748 standards compliance. Here is a “quick hit” of some relevant EVM links:
> Product Page: EcoSys EPC for EVM
> White Paper: Complying with the 32 ANSI 748 Criteria
> Case Study: Implementing an EVM/Cost Controls System at
> Case Study: AREVA Inc. Improves Project Certainty with EVM