Cost Performance Index
Make informed decisions by knowing your cost performance index at every stage of your project. Catch issues and adjust accordingly earlier in the project. Review the daily cost performance on your project at a granular level with breakdowns by work hours and tasks completed. Track the factors that influence CPI fluctuations, and use them to build more accurate forecasts for future projects.
Schedule Performance Index
Update your construction reports from the field in real time with InEight Report. Use up-to-the-minute progress reports to calculate a highly accurate schedule performance index. Know your efficiency at each stage of a project. Compare progress against the project plan to see right away if you are behind or ahead of schedule. Refer to past SPI data when creating the plan for each new project.
Man Hour Curves and Reporting
Compare actual work hours against the forecasted plan on a weekly basis. See areas of low productivity and make adjustments to the schedule right away. Improve your forecasting for future projects by comparing the total work hours for a project against a baseline. View planned, approved and actual employee work hours on each project.
Evaluate the overall success of your project with more accuracy, thanks to s-curve graphs. Gain insight into your planned and actual cash flow, and measure the quantity output of each construction project. Extrapolate quality, work hours and cost on different project timelines to avoid surprises, mitigate risk and forecast the future of the project.
Track and report your commodity quantities for each project. View cumulative quantities over time. Work from a pre-made weekly forecast schedule for each commodity. See your actual quantities against your scheduled quantities, and know at all times whether your project is on schedule.
Key Performance Indicators
Monitor KPIs with frequent performance reports. Get a better idea of the total health of your company with insights into your financials, risks and productivity. By understanding your company’s strengths and weaknesses, you’ll be able to create more accurate estimates and avoid bidding on work that is outside your scope.