EcoSys and Encore Analytics announced today an interface between EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) and Encore Empower to support advanced analytics for mutual customers. In addition, the companies have entered into a technology partnership to guarantee their mutual compatibility as their respective tools evolve, and to update their interface as new requirements and opportunities emerge.
“We view our relationship with EcoSys to be strategically important to Encore Analytics. EcoSys EPC has enjoyed great success in a number of diverse industries and its embedded earned value functionality is now being used to support large Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Energy (DoE) programs. We are pleased to provide advanced earned value and schedule analytics to users of EcoSys EPC.” Gary Troop, President Encore Analytics.
“Encore Empower aligns well with EcoSys as a browser-based solution that provides Program Managers, Control Account Managers and government oversight organizations with critical program management information,” said Christen Bergerud, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, EcoSys. “With this technology partnership, Empower customers can effectively and efficiently access EcoSys EPC’s earned value management and capital program management data.”
About Encore Analytics, LLC
Encore Analytics is the leading supplier of analytical tools for programs that utilize earned value management techniques to plan and control projects. Customers include government agencies and contractors who procure and/or execute large, complex projects. Encore’s Empower product is compatible with a host of earned value and schedule management tools.
EcoSys is the global standard for enterprise Project Controls software. Its easy-to-use web-based platform, EcoSys EPC, helps organizations worldwide plan and manage project portfolios, control project costs, and improve project performance.
EcoSys customers execute some of the world’s largest projects and rely on EcoSys EPC to implement best practices for full lifecycle project controls including project cost management, project portfolio management (PPM), capital program management, budgeting, forecasting, estimating, workforce planning, and earned value management.