01-19-2009 03:03 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software

Project planning for High Tech companies

Press release from: Intelligent Software Company

Arquennes, Belgium January 19, 2009  Because we live in a world of extreme competition, selecting the best projects and making the best use of qualified human resources has become for most High Tech companies a question of survival. With PlanningForce, planning process is much more than a method to predict project ending dates. PlanningForce helps High Tech companies (we include here IT, R&D oriented, technology, and engineering cies) learn how to make the most of their capacities and know-how.

PlanningForce 1.4 introduces new tools and methodologies that allow PMOs having a clear vision of their project and resources portfolios so they can elaborate strategies to optimize them from mid to long-terms. Through this new planning process, PMOs will be able to track every under-productivity (idle-time, misuse of resources) or, on the contrary, tackle any positive opportunity to improve their profitability (dynamic pricing, buffer teams, outsourcing)

As a consequence, with PlanningForce, PMOs of technological companies will not only kill loss-making projects, but they will also favor the natural selection of the most profitable resources.

Intelligent Software Company (ISC) is leading the new generation of APS software (Advanced Planning and Scheduling systems). ISC has been developing planning software programs based on new methodologies and able to integrate multiple systems of constraints and to produce agile scheduling.

Intelligent Software Company
Chaussée de Nivelles 121/2
7181 Arquennes, Belgium
Phone: +32 67 550 236
Fax: +32 67 874 139

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