Project managers have one of the toughest jobs out there. Thanks to seamless integration, reliable reporting and intuitive, collaborative tools, Execview helps them to effectively balance solving problems with meeting executive expectations.
Execview is a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and Transformational Governance SaaS platform for Enterprises.
Execview is designed from the ground up to manage complex change, and to be ‘inclusive of PMs, Executives, the PMO, third parties. One of the design goals was ease of use be all participants.
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Let’s imagine a world without Execview. You’d likely be using Microsoft Project or Excel and PowerPoint.
Tracking in Excel and generating numbers on graphs in PowerPoint is time-consuming. Reporting can take days. With Execview, you can reduce this to just half an hour.
MS Project is a good planning tool. But, from there, it’s pretty inflexible. Execview is a live tool that flags up missed milestones and deliverables, offers different levels of reporting, and keeps projects on time and on budget.
Best of all, Execview can integrate with MS Project, so you can track and update your project.
Execview’s role in avoiding project failure
Execview is subscription-based Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) soft ware that puts the emphasis on good governance and stakeholder engagement. It also incorporates Operations management and is the number one answer to reduce risk, cost and delay within organisations.
It helps to avoid project failure by providing a comprehensive insight to project, portfolio and programme performance. It allows managers to make key decisions faster, more informed decisions where it matters.
Increased visibility across portfolios has been shown to improve teamwork and reduce project failures. Execview helps by providing this – a comprehensive insight to project, programme and portfolio performance. Risks are ﬂagged and managed early to avoid nasty surprises. Managers make faster, more informed decisions where it matters.
Top 5 intervention types:
Assuming a project has been set up reasonably well, it will run successfully until something goes wrong. Most organisations use a combination of governance processes, reporting and quality management to keep things on course. Try our intervention model on your project. Some other variations are possible, and some of these can be divided into components, but we think this is easy to use in most situations: