According to PMI, “the primary purpose of a management control system is to acquire and organise data to facilitate valid decisions by cognizant decision makers. Almost any system which improves results of a major project even 1 percent through better decisions can justify its cost.” However many challenges are presented when an organisation uses multiple control systems and/or integrate data infrequently across control systems.
This article looks at the relationship between project performance outcomes and organisations’ accessibility to project data. You will see a direct link to successful outcomes for organisations that invest in integrating their systems to provide a single source of project control information. There is also an opportunity, at the end of the article, to take the first step towards improving your project maturity.
The importance of data-driven design is clear – access to the right information, at the right time, will always save time and money, along with ensuring smoother and safer project execution. A less apparent, but equally advantageous aspect, lies in change management. In this video, Glenn Boyko, Global Business Development for Hexagon PPM Completions and Commissioning, continues to shed light on how Intergraph Smart Completions can elevate your work processes and improve efficiency.