Abritas' expansion and growth created the need to more closely manage project budgets, resources and the performance of the growing number of client implementation projects running concurrently. With a separate timesheet system used to track time, and Microsoft Project used to track project progress, the company relied on a number of manual reports that were created to determine costs and to monitor performance.
- Replace Microsoft Project desktop
- Manage project budgets, resources and performance more closely
- Offer greater project task visibility for overruns to ensure swift action
"Estimating accurate costs at the start of a project, and the expected cost at completion, was a challenge," explains the program manager. "More often than not, issues relating to project task overruns were not visible early enough to take action. The management team had to rely on manual reports being created on a weekly basis to track status and highlight any risks or delays across the project program."