When deciding whether to invest in a project-control function and owner-centric PMIS, the most frequently asked questions are “How much does it cost?” and “Is the cost really worth it?” The cost and return on investment (ROI) are scalable and often commensurate with the size and complexity of the program. Below are some major areas in which ROI can be assessed and measured.
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The Capital Program Management Survival Guide
Download the Survival Guide for an actionable road map on reducing risk and improving performance on capital construction projects.
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Download this white paper which identifies the common pitfalls in construction project reporting and provides guidelines for developing periodic, consistent, useful reports to upper management.
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If you are a private or public sector owner that manages a program of capital construction projects, this article is for you. Download the 6 ROI Indicators of Owner-centric PMIS.
Claims Management Tools of the Trade
Claims Management Tools of the Trade discusses claims avoidance as an organizational objective, with the implementation of tools to address and focus efforts on minimizing the occurrence. Read it here
Buyer’s Checklist: Construction Program Management Software
More owners are seeking ways to improve construction management performance, reduce project risk, and control cost and schedule. Download the Buyer's Checklist to learn how.
7 Management Traps to Avoid
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5 Construction Bid Management Best Practices
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Funding Sources: Managing Multiple Funding Sources on Public Projects
Owners must stay organized and remain in compliance with funding source requirements or risk difficult audits, penalties, or, worse, even loss of funding. Read this whitepaper to learn more.
How to Modernize a Public Agency: Instituting Best of Breed Construction Management Services
See an organization’s efforts to reduce bureaucracy, empower its people and streamline processes with help from a customized cloud-based project management information system (PMIS).
Getting to “Yes”: Gaining Executive Buy-In for a Project Management Information System
This guide covers the four strategies collected from various owner-organization Project Managers, who have achieved executive support for technology adoption of a modern PMIS for construction.
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Download this whitepaper to learn the top 5 risks and see how top-performing owners within Higher Education are mitigating these risks. Learn the risks that can affect your construction programs.
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Infrastructure owners managing capital improvement bond programs face a diverse range of risks that can negatively impact their projects. Download this whitepaper to learn the top 5 risks.
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Download this whitepaper to learn the top 5 risks and see how top-performing owners within K-12 Education are mitigating these risks. Learn the risks that can affect your construction programs.
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