|October 5 , 2016
5:30pm to 7:00pm
The Westin Houston, Memorial City
Tues, October 4
Contracts and projects, while distinct from each other, are intrinsically related. Yet, often the information vital to each is siloed and disconnected. This limits visibility into performance and makes adapting to inevitable change slow and potentially costly.
There’s hope, however! Some studies have shown that proper structuring, monitoring and enforcement of contracts can save up to 9% of the total contract value.
Join us as we discuss the principles involved in effectively integrating contract management and project controls processes and systems in order to achieve:
• Increased efficiency among process areas
• Reduction in unnecessary project costs
• Avoidance of errors during data exchange and translation
•Immediate visibility into how changes in one area impacts the other
• More accurate performance data by leveraging mobile technology
• Systems consolidation; maximizing return on systems investments
We’ll consider, perhaps most importantly, how making the impact of scope and contract changes native to cost and progress management can ensure budgets and forecasts are updated in near real time. Finally, we will provide a practical demonstration of how to achieve success with the EcoSys EPC project controls platform and its contract management capabilities.
EcoSys, an Intergraph company, is the global standard for enterprise Project Controls software. Our easy-to-use web-based platform, EcoSys EPC, helps organizations worldwide plan and manage project portfolios, control project costs, and improve project performance.
Registration and cocktails will begin at 5:30 p.m. The presentation will start at 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and a reception will immediately follow.
Please RSVP by filling out the form to the right no later than Tuesday, October 4. Registration is mandatory so we can ensure seating for all attendees. We will be confirming your attendance prior to the event to make sure we have an accurate headcount for catering and seating.
For questions about this and other upcoming events, please contact Diana Olano: email@example.com or 646-776-7006