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Kahua | 1 Leveraging Phase Gates to Keep Projects Moving The Phase Gate process allows organizations to leverage a gated lifecycle progression in capital construction projects and is ideal for programs that involve many projects. It turns juggling multiple balls in the air into a structured, collaborative logic-driven process that manages tasks and workflow across Kahua records, external processes, and files. The result is a streamlined and controlled approach with an added level of transparency and accountability. Kahua's project management information system (PMIS) tailors Phase Gate capabilities in an electronic workflow specifically to organizations processes. Step-by-step methodology assures controls and approvals are enforced before moving on to the next phase of the program. Steps in each phase can require Kahua records, attachments, key attributes and even response times. Teams can integrate with milestones to ensure organizational goals are being met. Processes can be set up at the project level or above, providing organizations added flexibility to manage processes that are not project specific. Daily Report Submittal Item Expense Contract Submittal Package Expense Contract Change Order Requests for Information (RFI) Expense Contract Invoice Budget Issue Fund Source Milestone Company Punch List Contact • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Kahua's Phase Gate processes can leverage information already stored in the Kahua platform like budgets, funding and drawing packages. It can interact with data from many standard Kahua applications including:

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