July 29th, 2014
Learn about the CPSO Toolkit – an initiative by Accenture, Avanade, and Microsoft that leverages EcoSys EPC technology specifically for capital project management.
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We hope you’ll join us this September for another exciting and informative User Conference in Denver, Colorado! Early bird registration ends in less than two weeks! Sign up by Friday, July 11 to save $150 on registration, or save $650 when combining the User Conference and Training!
This year, three training sessions will be conducted right after the conference, conveniently taking place at the 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:
|9/9/14-9/12/14||101: Intro to EPC Configuration
||201: Advanced EPC Configuration
|9/9/14-9/12/14||202: EPC Administration
Managing a global workforce with differentiated skillsets can be a real challenge. Typically, workforce planning efforts are highly manual and labor-intensive. This process allows little time for analysis and forecasting and it is often difficult to trust that the results are accurate.
As an enterprise solution, EcoSys EPC is used to balance an organization’s workforce capacity or “supply” with project and operational demand. EPC will forecast skill gaps to help justify resource hiring, and supports flexible what-if scenario forecasting. EPC’s industry-leading data integration allows for analysts to shift their focus from data collection to analysis, optimization, and identification of opportunities to reallocate workforce according to strategic priority.
EcoSys EPC implements best practices for Oil and Gas Owners and Contractors to gain visibility into project performance and to automate cost reporting. Whether you’re looking to manage a portfolio of multi-year capital projects or to improve cost performance and margins, EcoSys EPC provides both the raw power to handle project complexity, and the flexibility to tailor reports and spreadsheets to accommodate project- and company-specific needs.