Execview saves significant time and cost. It provides PMO or performance reporting ‘in a box’. It is rolled out in a few days or weeks to whole business operations or change portfolios. This is because it is pre-configured to accept many types of business and change data. Training takes an hour for most people. Everyone likes the outputs.
Execview removes the need for separate corporate performance dashboards, operational MI tools, disparate spreadsheets, risk systems project management software, time sheets and resource management, work request and prioritisation systems, document management, sharepoint and other collaboration tools. It’s all included.
Most people working on projects are not trained project managers. Execview provides online project initiation documents, progress reports, risk logs and action management. Similarly, most people do not have a grounding in operational process excellence, but Execview has templates for service definition, service provider output based specifications, transformational CSF/KPIs, risk and issue management, and root cause analysis.
Execview can load data from other systems, providing a basis for teams to engage straight away. Training is normally done by your administrators. Most systems supplying data can be interfaced in a day.
Execview starts to make a difference in a few weeks as information is loaded and people engage with it.
For instance, a strategy map for strategic outcomes is shared across several business departments, outsourcers and change projects, and changes are reflected back into strategic outcome measurements.
Execview drives information in support of decision making at all governance points. This means every point where decisions are taken is clearly displayed, and the right information is available to answer the basic questions.