ProjectWise Project Performance Dashboards
Project Insights Dashboard Service
ProjectWise Project Insights automates your reporting of design project performance, enabling more informed and proactive decision making with regular access to analytics and trends. With insight into project performance drivers, you can identify problems sooner and more effectively monitor best practices to save time, reduce risk, and deliver high-quality designs.
The traditional process of manual, time-consuming reporting typically provides a narrow and backward-looking status snapshot. Project Insights’ automated reports and analytics enable you to harvest, combine, and analyze data about the evolving contents of your project’s connected data environment, as well as the status of design workflows. Project leaders, stakeholders, and participants will have access to dashboards with immediately actionable insights for improved project collaboration and efficiency.
With Project Insights, experience a new way to expose rich data in simple, always up-to-date dashboards. Tailor these dashboards to fit your unique needs and deliver your specific insights to track and manage individual design disciplines and the overall design project.
ProjectWise Project Performance Dashboards Capabilities
Always have an updated view of design project performance and status. Enable more timely and informed management decisions. For example, if project managers need help identifying the current status of deliverable documents, they can easily view the overall issued and rejected documents and the documents workflow.
Best practices monitoring
Track and enforce adherence to best practices with a view of specific data laid out in configurable dashboards to meet your needs. Project leaders can leverage new perspectives and track digital behaviors to ensure good connected data environment adoption.
Near real-time analytics and trends
Access a data-rich view into the present, past, and even potentially future project performance. Get ahead of problems by tracking design effort progression and where attention and corrective measures are needed. For example, project managers can actively track the progression of designs from work-in-progress to approved, identifying and mitigating schedule risk.