Organisations are beginning to experiment with project data analytics. From dashboards to automation, data cleansing to apps and artificial intelligence (AI). These are fundamentals, yet we spend millions replicating their development by working in silos. We need to democratise these capabilities, accelerate implementation rates, increase data volumes by up to 100x and remove barriers to entry.
The Solutions Development workstream is currently working on the development of a solutions centre as a freely accessible app store for the community to use and share developed solutions.
To get involved:
volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Paver, CEO, Projecting Success
Task Force Co-Chair, Co-Lead for Solutions Development & Co-lead for Data Structure
“We are at the beginning of a new era in project delivery. One full of immense opportunity. I am delighted and honoured to be elected as Co-Chair of the Task Force to help drive forward this agenda, building on the deep foundations that we have developed in collaboration with the project data analytics community. Never before have we have such societal pressure to reform how we deliver projects combined with the emergence of advanced capabilities to deliver this change. Opportunities like this don’t come along very often”
Alex Robertson, Digital Deployment Lead – Projects, Petrofac
Solutions Development co-lead
In his 20 plus year Engineering, Procurement and Construction career, Alex has managed some of the largest capital projects and asset support contracts in the North Sea. Alex now brings strategic thinking to the full lifecycle project delivery and has a passionate focus on technology development, business intelligence and analytic reporting to improve project performance and outcomes.
“This is a really exciting opportunity to re-evaluate what good looks like in delivering projects and improve project outcomes. Innovation is happening across the full project lifecycle and across all industries, but no single organisation or individual holds can ever hold all the keys to success. Being part of a journey to map out a future end to end delivery model to support our profession and help enable better predictable outcomes are rare – I’d encourage you to roll up your sleeves and join in.”