You’ve created a plan for a distributed construction project; but now that the deployment has started, the execution schedule has started to slip and you’re slowly falling behind on hundreds of sites. Sound familiar?
Using traditional project management tools to coordinate multiple projects, in multiple locations with multiple teams is cumbersome and inefficient. Not only does it become impossible to maintain real-time awareness of a project’s status across distributed teams and assets, information becomes inaccurate because data is coming from a variety of places and in different formats with various response times, making it near impossible to validate its accuracy causing further delays. Meanwhile, reaction times become slow, and both production time and costs go up. Adding to this major disruption, are the thousands of people across a geographical space who are attempting to track activity status and stay updated on the overall project milestones and goals.
Imagine if you could see, in real-time, the past, present and future status of your distributed projects so that you can manage and automate thousands of project schedules simultaneously. With this clearly-organized data, you can execute changes quickly, all while reducing the likelihood of error.
Imagine the productivity you could have if your distributed workforce had a way of efficiently and thoroughly updating deployment status, so you can see the overall project execution. Wouldn’t it be nice to see both your schedule and plan, and track your progress against that plan?
Atonix Digital Program Management solves all of your project management challenges. Powered by our ASSET360 cloud-based analytics platform, it consolidates data from a variety of sources into a single point of reference. This intuitive tool can help you to quickly make decisions that impact your bottom line; whether it be to view the health of each asset, prioritize and simplify workflows and upgrades, or track complex projects at all stages.
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