Assign a baseline, all updates to a single project, use costs from schedules or import from Excel or Procore. All anlysis, comparisons, reporting automated with sharable dashboard reporting.
Import, create, and compare look aheads against each other and compare one or multiple look aheads against a P6 or MSP Schedule
PC.o provides instant analysis on your MS Project or P6 Schedule, with over 50 metrics, including DCMA, Earned Value, Calendars, all reports provided in Excel
Compare any two schedules and be provided instant analytics. Also, compare excel look aheads to each other or multiple excel look aheads to a CPM Schedule (MSProject or P6)
Graph Cash Flows and Earned Value for one or multiple schedules combined (even P6 and MSP combined), graph trends of all analytics over multiple schedules
Convert between Primavera P6, Microsoft Project and Excel, in all combinations. Global to project codes, remove codes, remove costs, remove quantities, and more...
Easily organize projects into portfolios, rolling up project information, including rolled up CASHFLOW and EARNED VALUE. Easy orginization, sharable, and personalizable
View any schedule with our online Gantt Viewer, which has LogicTrace, Activity Details, and generate Look Aheads from the CPM Schedule into Excel
Share a link to the Gantt to anyone (no additional licenses needed), share schedule projects, files, reports, within PC.o users.
Sync with existing document control software: Procore, and AutoDesk BIM 360 Docs. Even more features coming shortly to help the entire project team manage their schedule!
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