CONSTRUCTION
In Summary:
  • PMT concepts and principles, PMI standards
  • Project portfolios
  • Projects, WBS, Operations, Resources
  • Network, Critical path, Gantt
  • Standardized technologies, Specification items
  • Change Management
  • Budgeting, Cost Accounting
  • P&L/portfolio, project, contract, contract position
  • Partial/full task launches
  • Expenditure commitment according to budget
  • Subcontracting, split operations and resources
  • Execution tracking: plan, budget, timesheet, progress
  • Capacity Requirements Planning (CRP)
  • Integration with SCM, implementation of MRP II
  • Logistics, Finance, HR & Payroll
  • Asset Management, Investment

The variety of construction objectives, innovative technologies, and materials, territorial dispersion, decreasing global resources, and increasing competition are major challenges in the Construction Industry. Methodical, efficient, and responsible management of construction projects ensures that construction projects meet deadlines, quality, and budgets in order to maximise customer satisfaction.

For the multitude of projects running concurrently, the EMSYS solution provides both portfolio and project group organisation and centralised management of works, deadlines, internal resources, and subcontracting.

Maximising financial performance is a major management challenge. EMSYS provides support by highlighting and analysing P&L on each contract and contract item (contract items can be tracked against the corresponding parts of the project – physical stages).

To optimize project execution, standardized technologies per product/work unit and experience from previous projects, accumulated in estimate items and work catalogues, are reused.

Project management is carried out by authorised managers through initiation, approval, completion, and closure actions. Depending on the financial, technical, and collaboration conditions, tasks are launched partially or in full in order to make efficient use of capacities and resources.

Quantities of operations and resources (items, services, equipment, transport) are launched according to budget and can be tracked in all phases, as appropriate: purchases (requested, endorsed, approved, ordered, received) and consumption (through which documents they were put into operation), reporting any overruns/overruns.

Changes occurring in the execution of projects (additions/cancellations of tasks, substitution of resources, division of operations, subcontracting, deadlines) are versioned, with traceability ensured.

Project execution is tracked through weekly planning of project operations, daily reporting of the time sheets of each human resource (individual, team), and progress of work. The efficiency of the use of human resources and the performance of each one result from the parallel costs in the work category – costs in the resource category.

Construction Industry operational processes are natively integrated with those of Logistics, Finance, HR & Payroll, Asset Management, and Investment Management, providing a complete solution that encourages performance across the organisation’s entire value chain.