Project management is important because it ensures proper expectations are set around what can be delivered, by when, and for how much. Without proper project management, budget estimates and project delivery timelines can be set that are over-ambitious or lacking in analogous estimating insight from similar projects.
Project management practices clarify team roles, giving employees a better understanding of their responsibilities and more freedom to work within those roles. Risk planning and response is a major part of manufacturing project management.
A tool that helps keep your shoots on track, collaborate with teams, and add tasks.
Task Schedule /Complete
Gives details regarding the ongoing task schedule and completed tasks
A graphical illustration of a schedule that helps to plan, coordinate, and track specific tasks in a project
A snapshot of their current performance when compared to their goals
A timetable showing the forecast start and finish dates for activities or events within a project
Collaboration enables individuals to work together to achieve a defined and common business purpose.
Tracking time helps you to identify your problems and you can make strategic plans to improve your productivity for next time
A project management report is a summary overview of the current status of the project
A project budget is the total projected costs needed to complete a project over a defined period of time
Project Billing allows you to simplify client invoicing, improve cash flow, and measure the profitability of contract projects