Our project and portfolio management software enables businesses to streamline project processes, align projects to organizational strategy and easily monitor a project’s scope, cost, timeframes, risks, resources and delivery.
Implement a consistent approach to project management that adheres to the ISO 21500:2012 Standard, PMBOK and APM frameworks and PRINCE2, Scrum and LEAN methodologies.
CAMMS’ software will allow you to manage projects of all sizes – large and small – and configure workflows and templates to suit your organizational practices.
We give you the ability to rank projects, assign tasks and allocate resources all in the one system – and use timelines and Gantt charts to track your progress.
Communicate with members of your team in real time – whether they’re in the same office or the other side of the world – via our chat function. You can also monitor the latest actions from your team with our live activity stream and set notifications and reminders for tasks.
Reporting is also simple – with a click of a button you can get a weekly, monthly or annual picture of what your team’s achieved.
- A systematic and standardized approach to managing projects across the organization
- Quickly and easily get projects off the ground without compromising on quality
- Contracts managed more effectively with complete visibility
- Better visibility of project activity across the entire project lifecycle
- Project management linked to business plans and strategic goals
- Improved cost control by providing managers with real-time project and financial results
- Better staff engagement through simple, intuitive and easy-to-navigate systems
- Communicate with members of your team via the Hub, meaning less emails and meetings
- Reduce resources needed to manage projects with data automation, portfolio management capabilities and consistent methodology
- Available on mobile and tablet with Android and iOS apps
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