Multi-Project Scheduling With Critical Path

PMWeb Scheduling offers a complete scheduling solution with critical path management, drag and drop Gantt chart, baselining, and more. Because Scheduling – like all PMWeb modules – is multi-project, features such as Resource Availability and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) views are ready to use out of the box. Build your schedule within PMWeb or link to MS Project and Primavera. The easy-to-use and powerful Scheduling module features:

  • Claim analysis – compare schedules across periods and/or across projects
  • Links to Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project included
  • Timesheets that flow to the Cost Management module
  • Use Gantt chart interactively to link tasks, enter completed status, flag tasks and more
  • Cash flow and income reports directly from the schedule
  • Use any schedule as a template
  • Base percent complete on timesheets
  • View resource availability across all projects and periods
PMWeb Scheduling

Portfolio to Program to Project

  • Top-down Portfolio and Program scheduling
  • Bottom-up Project scheduling
  • Drag & Drop to easily create dynamic groups

Interactive Gantt Charting

  • View schedule graphically
  • Extend & compress the duration
  • Reschedule tasks
  • Drag and drop to sort and group schedule
  • View tasks across multiple projects
  • Automated claim analysis
  • Automated cash flow analysis
  • Links to Microsoft Project
  • Web services and XML link to P6
  • Multiple schedules per project
  • Dependency automated by drag & drop

Claim Analysis and Cash Flow

PMWeb allows you to have a single interactive dashboard for Claim Analysis, Cash Flow, and Earned Value.

  • Portfolio-wide cash flow
  • Project cash flow
  • Cash flow projection methods
  • Front Loaded
  • Backloaded
  • Linear
  • Bell curve
  • Automatically compares multiple schedule versions
  • Rapidly identify responsible party and impact on schedule and budget

Timesheets

  • Link timesheets lines to cost codes and schedule tasks
  • Base percent complete on timesheets

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