Project Management Reporting

Project Management Reporting

In project management, effective and timely project reporting is essential to the success of a project. Project reporting is the process of gathering and communicating important project information in a simple, standardized format. Project reporting can be done on a...
Mega-Projects in the Middle East

Mega-Projects in the Middle East

Many billion-dollar projects are set to come online this year in the Middle East and even more in the next few years. Some of these projects include those in alignment with Vision 2030 plans that Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia have in place, which aim...
Benchmarking in Project Management

Benchmarking in Project Management

Benchmarking projects involves comparing project processes and performance metrics to either industry best standards and practices or successful completed projects. In some instances, benchmarking comparisons are done in relation to other companies, but in terms of...
Year in Review: ARES PRISM 2020

Year in Review: ARES PRISM 2020

It was a wild year for everyone, to be sure, but our ARES PRISM team did its best to pivot to support our loyal customers and continue delivering a quality product in spite of all the 2020 pandemic chaos. We would certainly be remiss if we did not mention COVID-19 and...
How Covid-19 Has Impacted Construction in 2020

How Covid-19 Has Impacted Construction in 2020

While the global construction industry had a 3% anticipated growth rate for 2020 ahead of the pandemic, this forecast was reduced as COVID-19 spread worldwide. There are many ways the global pandemic has affected the global construction industry, and here we cover the...
How to Calculate Earned Value (EV)?

How to Calculate Earned Value (EV)?

Earned value is the most effective and accurate technique for measuring a project’s performance. Calculating earned value (EV) in project management for measuring progress and performance can be done in many ways. Every project is different, and each project may...