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Summary

This case study explores how National Highways, a government-owned company operating England’s motorways, utilizes ARES PRISM for budget and schedule accountability, a standardized cost management approach, and improved reporting and visibility into project performance. National Highways has since enhanced their project management maturity level and has experienced efficiency and cost savings due to the reduction in manual intervention.

National Highways would need to establish modern cost control and project management processes.

Challenges

  • Challenges with Schedule and Cost Control
  • Individual Spreadsheets
  • Inconsistent Data
  • Lack of Accountability & Control

Solution

  • Standardised Cost Management Approach
  • Consistent Project Level Costs
  • Integration with Other Systems
  • Improved Reporting & Visibility in Project Performance

Results

  • Cost Savings & Efficiency
  • Improvement in P3M3 Maturity Model
  • Increased Visibility & Control of Costs & Budgets
  • Full Financial Audit Trail
  • Accurate Reporting of Project Status