- PMT concepts and principles, PMI standards
- Projects portfolios
- Projects, WBS, Operations, Resources
- Network, Critical path, Gantt
- Standardized technologies, Estimate item
- Change management
- Budgeting, Cost Accounting
- P&L portfolio, project, contract, contract position
- Start partial/total tasks
- Expenses commitment according to budget
- Subcontracting, operations and resources split
- Follow up performance: plan, budget, time sheet, progress
- Capacity requests planning (CRP)
- Integration with SCM, MRP II application
- Logistics, Financial, HR &n Payroll
- Asset Management, Investment Management
Objectives variety to be built, innovative technologies and materials, territorial dispersion, declining global resources, growing competition are among the major challenges in Construction Industry. The methodic, efficient and responsible management of construction projects assures the deadlines, the quality and the budgets in order to optimize the customers’ requests.
For the multitude of projects undertaken simultaneously, EMSYS solution provides both organizing them on portfolios and groups of projects and a centralized management of works, terms, internal resources and subcontracting.
Maximizing financial performance represents a major challenge for management. EMSYS provides support by P&L evidence and analysis on each contract and position from contract (positions from contract can be traced in comparison with the corresponding parts from project – physical stages).
To optimize the performance of projects there are reused standardized technologies per unit of product/work and previous projects experience, accumulated in estimate items and work catalogs.
Project management is carried out by authorized responsible, by start-up actions, approval, and completion and closure actions. Depending on financial, technical and collaboration conditions, the tasks are initiated partially or fully, to have an efficient use of capacities and resources.
Operation quantities and resources (items, services, equipment, and transport) are initiated according to budget and can be traced in all stages, as appropriate: acquisitions (required, notified, approved, ordered, and received) and consumptions (laying documents), reporting any overrun/deviation.
The changes that occur in the projects’ performance (additions/cancelation of tasks, resource substitution, and operation splitting, subcontracting, terms) are versioned, with traceability.
Tracking project performance is realized by weekly project operations planning, daily time sheet human resources statement (person, group) and work progress. Human resources efficiency and each one performance result from the parallel costs to work category – costs to resource category.
The operational processes from Construction Industry are natively integrated with those from Logistics, Financial, HR & Payroll, Asset Management and Investment Management, assuring a complete solution that encourages performance on the entire value chain of the organization.