Manage your resources' workload in real time across all the projects in your portfolio.
Identify overload peaks and analyze discrepancies between planned time and actual time, so you can immediately spot any deviations.
Project Monitor allows you to manage your resources' workloads: define generic resources corresponding to a team or skill, and refine their workloads (planning, target, to-do list) by named resource.
For each resource, Project Monitor lets you define a target load and plan it over time on different scales (global, monthly, weekly, daily).
Based on the planned workload, Project Monitor calculates the availability of each resource in real time. The manager can then consult availability by skill, by project or phase, by type of resource or by team.
1. Get an overview of each project, with the planned workload based on available resources. Plan resource activities as accurately as possible.
2. Provide resources with an activity entry sheet, to give them an overall view of what has been achieved in relation to planning, and to enable them to identify the "reste-à-faire".
3. Analyze the time spent on each project, and have a clear view of all workloads, so that you can monitor the progress of tasks and schedule.
Simple, fast and exhaustive time recording of project and non-project activities, and an estimate of "remaining work".
A global view of resource load and project progress, enabling him to identify and anticipate the needs of his team. This view enables him to spot overloads, delays in schedule, and other relevant elements.
A global view of the resource workload, facilitating management and enabling us to assess the capacity to integrate new projects into the existing portfolio.
Precise monitoring of team workloads and a clear view of total project costs, including resources.
Each resource has a personal time entry sheet for allocating time spent on projects. Project Monitor generates automatic, personalized activity entry sheets for each employee, with allocation lines taken from planning. The inclusion of non-project time (training, leave, run) in resource capacity gives a precise view of availability.
Project Monitor also integrates part-time management and international and company holiday calendars.
Project Monitor enables you to optimize your resource management by matching your workload to your resource capacity. This resource management support tool constantly alerts you to understaffing and overstaffing. The software allows you to describe resources according to their profile, direction and department, so you can easily identify and assign the skills required for a project, thanks to the resource repository. Easily match the ideal resources to your projects, thanks to the many possible profiles (functions, skills, management, etc.).
An unmanaged workload schedule is of no use in project portfolio management. Its structure must clearly highlight overloads or overcapacities, while enabling future needs to be anticipated.
Project Monitor offers dashboards and reports that make it easy to consolidate data at the desired level. They enable information to be grouped by resource, team, profile, project or activity type, providing an overview of team workloads, work-in-progress and even a comparison between what has been achieved and what was planned. These features provide global visibility of the project portfolio.
The time spent on the project will be used to produce abacuses to help plan future projects.
These charts can be used in project models to improve predictive capability.
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To get an overview of any project, it's useful to be able to distinguish the workload. A resource corresponds to an entity mobilized on a project. It is expressed in units: man/day. It carries a load, i.e. a quantity of work to be carried out to complete an operation (for example, a number of days to complete an activity: "20 developer days to code a program"). The Project Monitor software lets you define resources and then break down workloads by named resource at schedule.
For each resource, the Project Monitor software lets you define a target and plan the load, so you can make the right decisions more quickly. For example, you can define a global workload target for a given skill in a given phase, and then break it down according to the people who actually work on that phase and have that skill. Planning can also be customized, with a macro or detailed view. The software also gives you a real-time view of available resources.
Based on the planned workload for projects and non-project activities, Project Monitor calculates the availability of each resource in real time. The manager can then consult availability by criteria. To calculate the availability of a resource, you need to know its initial capacity. This capacity may vary from one person to another.
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