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21

Dear Project Controls Practitioner,


21 Dynamic Speakers from across the globe, 13 Masterclass Presentations, 7 Technical Presentations, 1 workshop along with 30 Exhibitors including a Project Controls Job Fair.

Welcome to Project Controls Expo 2013


We are proud to announce the launch of Project Controls Expo 2013- the largest Project Controls event with the clear objective of providing significant practical and theoretical awareness on Project Controls process, tools and techniques to its stakeholders which is now happening on 13th Nov 2013 at Twickenham Stadium, London. This show is the most important event for those working within the spectrum of Projects Controls, not just from an educational perspective but also in terms of building a network and exploring career opportunities.

Expo 2013 will see practitioners, employers, customers and suppliers coming together to share knowledge, experience, best practices, career development and tools under one roof. Delegates will benefit from a variety of training, technical and managerial presentations from some of the industry's best experts along with exploring Global Project Controls roles at Project Controls Job Fair.

Continuing the trend from last year, there will be FREE lunch and refreshments to all our delegates. We have also shortlisted certain companies whose employees need not to pay for this event. Delegates can also join an exclusive dinner hosted for our Speakers and Sponsors by paying a fee.

So, don’t miss this chance and register to be part of this exciting event. For your convenience, here are some links


Free Breakfast Seminars: Ecosys Seminar & Webinar

Topic: Portfolio Project Controls - Strategy & Discipline

Project Controls have well-established best practices for monitoring project performance. Using these processes and tools to create end-to-end project lifecycle management can effectively help minimize cost and schedule overruns. With the concept of "Portfolio Project Controls," EcoSys discusses applying the discipline of project controls to portfolios of projects. This higher-level perspective can serve as an important bridge between strategic, long-term planning and project execution. This session will cover:

  • Achieving greater visibility into portfolio performance
  • Realizing more flexibility to adapt project portfolios over time
  • Improving project selection, resource allocation, and productivity
  • A demonstration of EcoSys EPC, applying these concepts to practice

Houston
Wed, Oct 2

Calgary
Thu, Oct 31



Topic: EVM in Practice - Insights Across Industries

Earned Value Management (EVM) is an effective methodology to improve project performance. However, how EVM is used is shaped by the challenges it faces as well as by norms, project types, government requirements and many other variables.

In this webinar, Thomas Roop, President of Pinnacle Management Systems, will provide insights into how industries use various EVM practices as a solution to specific organizational issues and improve the overall performance of projects -- from Engineering & Construction to Oil & Gas to Government Agencies and Suppliers. Then, based on methodologies implemented for EcoSys EPC customers, we'll showcase ways in which a robust and easy-to-use earned value management system can drive better forecasting and a path to improved project outcomes.

Thu, Oct 3
14:00 UTC / 15:00 BST / 10am EDT

Thu, Oct 3
2pm EDT /11am PDT





About EcoSys EPC

EcoSys is fast becoming the global standard for enterprise Project Controls software. Our easy-to-use web-based platform, EcoSys EPC, helps organizations worldwide plan and manage project portfolios, control project costs, and improve project performance.

Hope you have all the information to make it to Expo. In case of any questions, please write to us at info@ProjectControlsExpo.com and we will be glad to help.

Regards,

Project Controls Expo Team
M: info@ProjectControlsExpo.com
W: www.ProjectControlsExpo.com


 
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