ARES PRISM was thrilled to be a sponsor at this years AACE International Conference. The event was held in sunny San Diego, California from June 24-26, 2018. We had the opportunity to present about our newest field progressing software features and to discuss improving project performance and integration with Project Control Academy.
According to the Project Management Institute, Earned value management is a management methodology for integrating scope, schedule, and resources; for objectively measuring project performance and progress; and for forecasting project outcome. Earned value management a.k.
If there were a project management hall of fame, would you want to improve your winning streak? Here's how!
PRISM G2 Contracts is a complete contracts administration tool for owners, EPCs and construction management firms. PRISM G2 Contracts is a core requirement for many of ARES PRISM's clients around the world, including Abu Dhabi Airports (ADAC), Dubai Expo 2020, and many others. The module, has the capabilities to:
Estimates are a necessary part of project management that simply cannot be avoided. Accurate and timely estimates can mean the difference between project success and failure. But beyond that, why should you invest in Estimating software?
It's well known that ARES PRISM is highly useful for owner companies, but some may be unaware of the benefits it can provide to consulting companies.
Here are five simple reasons why consulting companies should be using ARES PRISM's Enterprise Project Lifecycle Management Solution including quick deployment, versatility & flexibility, easy reporting, standardized processes and data integrity.
It's well-known that global projects are continuing to grow in size and complexity. These projects become even further complicated when owners attempt to make key decisions based soley off of contractor data. Ultimately, the owners are responsible for the well-being of the project, so its imperative that they invest in effective project controls so that they are not reliant on second-hand information.
"Visualizations reveal insights hiding in raw data, but without the right tools, they can be slow and difficult to build," shares Tableau.
Luckily using a dashboarding tool allows you to see visualizations of your data - meaning you can quickly identify trends and problem areas.
When someone tells you that something is “out of the box”, what goes through your mind?
The reason I ask is that you may be surprised by what the term “out of the box” means to some people, especially in regards to software. Some companies argue that “out of the box” includes software that provides basic functionality when initially installed, but requires additional custom development before it would be considered usable in a working environment. After all, they argue, the software is partially usable - it can be installed on a computer and will start, it will show basic forms and menus. True, it doesn’t yet include all the functions you need, but that’s just a configuration issue, right? The software seller has promised to “configure” the software (for an additional cost over a period of months) to include the missing functions. So, why can’t they call their software “out of the box”?
Ever wondered why you're unable to access your PRISM project at a specific moment in time? Especially during period close?
There are times when you will need to access a project but can't because someone is logged in as ‘Exclusive’. It can be incredibly frustrating - but there is a solution!