Superior supply-chain collaboration ensures best practice across portfolios of projects, coupled with the ability to review project performance and measure against key metrics (KPIs)
Using BC for programme management helps push the process along by involving the right people at the right time, whilst providing Project Managers with overview of activity across the entire programme, enabling possible troublespots to be identified and dealt with well in advance.
The supply chain can be securely invited to enter their own information such as estimates and timescales, cutting your project administration costs and speeding up progress. As all project associated information is stored in one place, data can be mined for information on, for instance, performance levels to identify both effective and ineffective practices or best value, providing continuous improvement across projects.
BC offers comprehensive search and reporting tools which can be pre-configured and scheduled to run regularly and shared with other users, with the results exported as CSV or XML.
The most intuitive of user-interfaces
By choosing BC's interactive geographical interface, projects or parts of a larger programme of work can be selected in a visual manner, For example, all the documentation pertaining to a section of the motorway network, or a county or town, can be accessed by clicking on that location on the map.
Many engineers and contractors find it easier to visualise the context of their work spatially and find this method of accessing information within the extranet faster and more accurate.
This approach has proved particularly effective for whole asset lifecycle projects allowing non-technical maintenance staff to easily access relevant information with little or no training.
BC is currently being used by these major clients for management across programmes of work
- Lloyds Banking Group
- Nationwide Building Society
- Primark Stores
- Southern Water / 4Delivery
- Thames Water
- United Utilities