Project Monitoring and Control

Project Monitoring and Control enables users to monitor the health and status of work in progress. Enables users to quickly identify issues and their root causes, and to determine the best corrective actions. Project progress can be described in four dimensions:

  • Activity completion (planned vs. actual)
  • Expenditures (budgeted vs. actual)
  • Size growth (planned vs. actual)
  • Defect discovery/removal (predicted vs. actual)

This data is combined to yield an aggregate earned value that is a comprehensive reflection of project progress. Once a project is completed, project data can be used for post-mortem calibration, allowing users to apply actual project experience to future estimates.

For more information, check out our full PMC Data Sheet.

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