Leverage data from the single most 

data-rich source available in construction

 

SmartPM™ is designed to extract high level insights without interrupting workflow, allowing you to monitor all of your projects through the schedules provided to you.

 

Upload Your Schedule(s)

SmartPM™  integrates with Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project.  

Review Your Entire Portfolio

The Company Dashboard is your hub to view the key metrics across all of your Company’s projects. From the Company Dashboard you can view:

 

  • An executive overview on the health & status of all of your projects
  • Schedule Quality Grade of the latest schedule 
  • The Data Date and Project “Actual Percent Complete” 
  • The Schedule Delay & Recovery figures for the Project
  • A look at the feasibility of the Project
  • The Pink Report creation button – this will create an executive report based on the most recent schedule update imported

Project Level Review

Similar to the Company Dashboard, the Project Dashboard allows you to view the key metrics for a given Project.  The Project Dashboard also allows users to drill down into specific areas. From here you can view:

 

  • Schedules – see all the schedules that have been uploaded
  • Analysis – Run Analysis/Reports: • Schedule Quality Analysis • Delay Analysis • Audit Logs • Executive Reports  
  • Scenarios – see all scenarios created and create new scenarios
  • Weather – access daily weather reports based on the Project Zip Code
  • Corrections – create corrections rules to apply to schedules 
Leverage data from the single most data-rich source available in construction

 

SmartPM™ is designed to extract high level insights without interrupting workflow, allowing you to monitor all of your projects through the schedules provided to you.

 

Upload Your Schedule(s)

SmartPM™ integrates with

Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project

 

Review Your Entire Portfolio

The Company Dashboard is your hub to view the key metrics across all of your Company’s projects. From the Company Dashboard you can view:

 

  • An executive overview on the health & status of all of your projects
  • Schedule Quality Grade of the latest schedule 
  • The Data Date and Project “Actual Percent Complete” 
  • The Schedule Delay & Recovery figures for the Project
  • A look at the feasibility of the Project
  • The Pink Report creation button – this will create an executive report based on the most recent schedule update imported

Project Level Review

Similar to the Company Dashboard, the Project Dashboard allows you to view the key metrics for a given Project.  The Project Dashboard also allows users to drill down into specific areas. From here you can view:

 

  • Schedules – see all the schedules that have been uploaded
  • Analysis – Run Analysis/Reports: • Schedule Quality Analysis • Delay Analysis • Audit Logs • Executive Reports  
  • Scenarios – see all scenarios created and create new scenarios
  • Weather – access daily weather reports based on the Project Zip Code
  • Corrections – create corrections rules to apply to schedules 

How Much Are Delays Costing You?

 

Each Delay-Related Cost represents a significant financial impact to your ROI.

Reducing just one of these risks could save you millions of dollars.

Extended General Conditions

When projects take longer, the monthly costs for Management Personnel (PM’s, Schedulers, Engineers, Superintendents) and Equipment (trailers, trucks, printers, cranes, storage, etc.) is prolonged.  And this adds up quick!

Prolongation of Revenue Generation of Asset

You can’t lease out space, utilize or sell the asset until it is completed, and therefore delays impact the start of revenue generation, which impacts ROI

Acceleration/Inefficiency Costs 

When things become delayed, stakeholders get worried. When this happens, people make decisions to accelerate. This results in the added costs to accelerate (hiring more people, bringing in more equipment, paying top dollar for material delivery, etc.)  and added costs for the resultant inefficiencies that happen as part of the acceleration (rework, miscommunication, competing trades, overlapping trades, rescheduling, etc.)

Interest Carry on Bank Loans 

When money is borrowed to build an asset, you can’t pay it back until the asset is generating revenue. Therefore, interest is charged on the loan during periods of delay, and this racks up.

Dispute Resolution / Claims Management Fees (Lawyers/Consultants) 

Delayed projects result in arguments, claims and disputes. In most cases, the parties involved must hire lawyers and consultants to navigate through the mess. The time and money spent to resolve a dispute has a huge impact on ROI. 

Liquidated Damages

Contracts contain clauses  to protect certain stakeholders from delays. Whether it be the owner minimizing financial risk on project turnover or the vendors they sell to when the asset isn’t ready for them to move in.  These numbers are usually very high and often disputed.

   

Mismanagement of Project Handover/Turnover 

When stakeholders don’t accurately forecast when a project is really going to be turned over, they can’t have an efficient plan to take it over. For example, they may hire a full staff of agents to sell apartments and when they show up, there aren’t any apartments to show.   Or a large corporation may sell their current building and then have 1000 people displaced because the building wasn’t ready.  Companies making decisions based on an unrealistic end-date happens all the time.  And it rarely goes in their favor. 

Impacts to Relationships

Developers and GC’s work together on multiple projects and when disputes come about, it strains or ends relationships. 

How Much Are

Delays Costing You?

 

Each Delay-Related Cost represents a significant financial impact to your ROI.

Reducing just one of these risks could save you millions of dollars.

Extended General Conditions

When projects take longer, the monthly costs for Management Personnel (PM’s, Schedulers, Engineers, Superintendents) and Equipment (trailers, trucks, printers, cranes, storage, etc.) is prolonged.  And this adds up quick!

Prolongation of

Revenue Generation of Asset

You can’t lease out space, utilize or sell the asset until it is completed, and therefore delays impact the start of revenue generation, which impacts ROI

Acceleration/Inefficiency Costs 

When things become delayed, stakeholders get worried. When this happens, people make decisions to accelerate. This results in the added costs to accelerate (hiring more people, bringing in more equipment, paying top dollar for material delivery, etc.)  and added costs for the resultant inefficiencies that happen as part of the acceleration (rework, miscommunication, competing trades, overlapping trades, rescheduling, etc.)

Interest Carry on Bank Loans 

When money is borrowed to build an asset, you can’t pay it back until the asset is generating revenue. Therefore, interest is charged on the loan during periods of delay, and this racks up.

Dispute Resolution / Claims Management Fees (Lawyers/Consultants) 

Delayed projects result in arguments, claims and disputes. In most cases, the parties involved must hire lawyers and consultants to navigate through the mess. The time and money spent to resolve a dispute has a huge impact on ROI. 

Liquidated Damages

Contracts contain clauses  to protect certain stakeholders from delays. Whether it be the owner minimizing financial risk on project turnover or the vendors they sell to when the asset isn’t ready for them to move in.  These numbers are usually very high and often disputed.

Mismanagement of Project Handover/Turnover 

When stakeholders don’t accurately forecast when a project is really going to be turned over, they can’t have an efficient plan to take it over. For example, they may hire a full staff of agents to sell apartments and when they show up, there aren’t any apartments to show.   Or a large corporation may sell their current building and then have 1000 people displaced because the building wasn’t ready.  Companies making decisions based on an unrealistic end-date happens all the time.  And it rarely goes in their favor. 

Impacts to Relationships

Developers and GC’s work together on multiple projects and when disputes come about, it strains or ends relationships.