One of the key duties of an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) is to maintain a repository of all personnel that can be part of a project team. The repository should include details on the individuals’ skill sets, pay type, company, and other attributes. Web – based project management solutions like PMWeb offer an HR Directory where this data can be easily captured and stored. read more
HKA’s presence on LinkedIn has now grown with the addition of a dedicated HKA Tech page.
HKA’s global LinkedIn page provides the latest on our business and people around the world.
Now you can read the latest on HKA Tech, the world’s largest implementing reseller of PMWeb – and how PMWeb is changing the way capital works projects are managed. Visit HKA Tech on LinkedIn and join the conversation!
Quality management covers all of the processes and activities needed to define and achieve project quality. At its most basic level, quality management is about meeting the customers’ needs. Given this, no matter what type of project an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) is responsible for, the technical specifications for the products and services to be delivered should be properly documented. Moreover, there should be a clear list of deliverables that defines the quality requirements for each of those deliverables. read more.
Managing a project’s schedule is a fundamental task for all enterprise project management teams. The schedule’s level of detail depends on the available level of detail for the project scope —which is usually reflected in the work breakdown structure (WBS) — as well as the role of the organisations involved in the project delivery. Read more
Regardless of its size or type, no capital construction project can be effectively managed without first defining the scope of work involved. Moreover, a project plan must also detail exactly how the project team will deliver the scope of work by the completion date. Indeed, managing project scope is one of the most critical aspects of project management, and over the years, numerous best practices and standards have been developed to address this knowledge area. read more.
PMWeb Version 5.2 new features include Bluebeam Integration and enhanced Resource Management.
PMWeb Clients may now upgrade to Version 5.2. There is no additional cost for this upgrade for Clients on Software Support & Maintenance Agreements or using PMWeb’s Software as a Service (SaaS) – just contact us to make the arrangements.
In addition to integrating with Bluebeam (rapidly becoming the industry standard for design and construction workflows) and introducing the first of a series of new Resource Management enhancements, Version 5.2 builds on the success of 5.1’s new features to add further enhancements. It is the official current release version of PMWeb and is installed in all new instances, whether on-premise or SaaS. Read more about Version 5.2.