Buyer’s Checklist: Construction Program Management Software

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e-Builder.net • 800.580.9322 • info@e-builder.net Today, more owners are seeking ways to improve construction management performance, reduce project risk, and control cost and schedule. With an owner-centric, Project Management Information System (PMIS) and an optimized Project Controls team, top-performing owners find that they significantly reduce risk and improve project performance. Ready to join best-in-class organizations? Follow these 5 steps to finding the PMIS solution that best fits your organization, projects, and people, and watch project performance skyrocket. If you are a private or public-sector owner that manages a program of capital construction projects, you've experienced the all-too-common overruns, delays and deficiencies that can plague them. You know there must be a better way. You've seen the studies showing that 85% of owner's experience cost overruns, 92% report schedule delays, and 63% show quality deficiencies on their projects. Worse, productivity in other markets has grown while construction productivity remains flat. For facility owners, this waste and inefficiency affects the ability to serve the facilities' consumers. But there is light at the end of the tunnel. Studies also show that these negative performance traits can be turned around with a combination of process improvements and investment in technology. In fact, upwards of 4% in cost savings, 3x productivity and 30:1 cycle time reduction is possible by managing project and program processes in a PMIS system as opposed to a mountain of spreadsheets. Dodge Data & Analytics, SmartMarket Brief—2017 For a more detailed look into construction project performance benchmark data, make sure to read Optimizing Owner Organizations SmartMarket Brief. 5 Steps to Elevating Project Performance with a Project Management Information System (PMIS) Step 1 Benchmark—How do Your Projects Measure Up? of Projects Exceed Budget 85% of Projects Exceed Schedule 92% of Projects Had Quality Deficiencies 63% v02/08

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