Implementing an Enterprise Project Performance Strategy

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In today's projects-driven world, complexity is everywhere -- whether an ambitious scope of work, challenging management structures of joint ventures or public-private partnerships, a globally dispersed workforce, changing regulations, or a multitude of other sources. The construction industry is about to face a period of growth, which is undoubtedly welcome news. But Contractors and Owners agree that as project volume grows, so does risk. More risk. More competition for resources. More complexity. More barriers to success. What's the best way to deal with all of this complexity? Is it a tangled web of in-house developed tools, commercial software, and Excel spreadsheets? No. As many industry leaders have already found, it's a simplified portfolio and project management ecosystem, strategic in its purpose. An Enterprise Project Performance strategy means adopting a singular management platform for the full project lifecycle – spanning Project Portfolio Management, Project Controls, and Contract Management – effectively combining native data with that from any number of external sources. The result is organization-wide transparency that changes negative behaviors, improves decision making, and drives timely corrective action. Partnering with Hexagon PPM to launch an Enterprise Project Performance (EPP) strategy will arm you with a centralized, standardized approach to improving the performance of every project. Achieve the efficiency, predictability, and control necessary to succeed in the face of today's complex challenges. Integrate and Improve Your Business Processes Project Portfolio Management • Align programs and projects with business strategy with integrated project portfolio management • Standardize best practices, processes, and tools • More value-added activity and less time compiling and collating data • Increase efficiency by automating repeatable tasks and processes IMPLEMENTING AN ENTERPRISE PROJECT PERFORMANCE STRATEGY Maximizing returns for owners and margins for contractors * Global Construction 2030 by Global Construction Perspectives and Oxford Economics

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