The Right Tools for Project Delivery

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Improving project planning and delivery is one of the key factors in project management success. This requires a method made up of rules, processes and tools for project planning and management, supported by a software tools like Axiom Worx.

As in any part of planning of any project, the right people need to be assigned to the right task and make clear assignments to team members, with a defined goals and responsibilities. By having the right tools in place you can mitigate project tasks that don’t work out, and adjust roles as necessary.

A good place to start would be to look at Axiom Worx Web-based Project Management Software tools. These tools help with alignment, of target specific initiatives to ensure interlock and communication with stakeholders are maintained. These tools can increase accuracy and save time by automating project management activities. Thus improving the success rate of projects on time and on budget.

It all starts with accurate planning, defined goals, clear assignments and effective communication and by using the right tools. If you’re using the right tools, project managers can overcome those odds to master even the most challenging project.

Integrated Project Management

AxiomWorx Software incorporates all critical elements of project management in one solution. A project is crafted with the expectation that all processes should be measured against an agreed upon set of deliverables. Data fed by third party sources is not required, rather data is created and captured in real time by the actual executers of the task. AxiomWorx provides a backbone for your projects to ensure consistent reporting and delivery. Procurement, document control, change management, time tracking, risk management and billing are all linked to the agreed upon estimate and any approved change notices to that project.

The solution is easy to implement, flexible, and even easier to use. Our approach is for painless interaction with the system for all departments. For instance, if you are in document controls then you really want to come to work and just manage your day to day actions. Resources do not need to concern themselves with how to progress or manage the project. Their actions however are constantly updating what can be seen and managed by a controls professional. The same is true for someone in the procurement, contracts or finance roles. Their direct required understanding of the system scope is narrow, yet their daily operations are feeding the project consistently. The management team can now take action and mitigate risk before it escalates. This is the difference between project control versus project reporting.

“How can you truly represent projects to your clients any other way?”