On-Demand Webinar

EcoSys & Enterprise Projects Performance: 
An Overview of the Industry-leading Software Platform

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Simply delivering quality projects on time and on budget is no longer an acceptable benchmark of success. Instead, projects performance today requires a broader perspective. Do our project portfolios deliver the intended strategy? Are business goals and financial objectives being met? Only by selecting the right projects, in conjunction with exceptional project delivery, can you meet and exceed the performance results demanded today.

In this webinar, we provided an introduction to the EcoSys Enterprise Projects Performance (EPP) software platform.  By natively combining portfolio, project, and contract management processes into a single, flexible solution, EcoSys delivers increased visibility and greater predictability across the project lifecycle to empower informed decisions that maximize returns for owners and agencies and margins for contractors.

Through discussion and a live software demonstration, we showcased how EcoSys:

  • Aligns strategic objectives with project execution
  • Optimizes enterprise resources for greater capital efficiency
  • Drives efficiency by eliminating data siloes
  • Promotes organizational standards while maintaining flexibility
  • Controls project cost and schedule with timely and accurate forecasting


  graeme hoey

Graeme Hoey
Director, Product Management
Hexagon PPM

  Calvin Nelson

Calvin Nelson
Solutions Consultant 
Hexagon PPM



About EcoSys:

Part of the Hexagon PPM portfolio of products, EcoSys is the Enterprise Projects Performance software platform that helps projects-driven organizations align and manage organizational strategy and project/contract execution.  By increasing visibility into performance and predictability across the full life cycle of projects and portfolios, EcoSys helps you identify what drives project and organizational success, and take proactive measures to maximize returns and margins.


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