Why MS Excel / PowerBI makes great project teams sad
01. Hard to get started
MS Excel and PowerBI are generic tools - there is no useful functionality out of the box, which means you have to spend months trying to build what you need, only to realise that it's harder (and more expensive) than you originally thought. With Nodes & Links you get peace of mind - a single out of the box solution which continuously grows in functionality without you lifting a finger .
02. The burden is on you
MS Excel and PowerBI are powerful generic tools, which require expensive in-house work to get you started. The cost and effort for maintaining functionality then begins to pile up and the excitement of building your own dashboard, suddenly, gets replaced with the burden of maintaining an increasingly sluggish tool. With Nodes & Links, the burden of maintenance, security is on us - no extra cost or time lost. Just instant value.
03. No new capability
With 'Build-Your-Own' dashboards, any new capability has to be worked from scratch. In addition, ensuring existing functionality doesn't break now becomes your problem. As a result, you are dragged to think and act like a software engineering instead of a project professional. With Nodes and Links you get free upgrades and extra functionality, as we develop the software based on your feedback. No maintenance cost, no backward compatibility issues and no complicated upgrade procedures.
What do our users say about Nodes & Links?
We create modern software that is secure, smart and easy to use. We take your feedback and release improvements and new capabilities every 2 weeks.
And this is why our users love us.
TURNER & TOWNSEND
Enables planners to have more time to work with the client and the contractor on mitigating these challenges and enhance project outcomes.
[Nodes & Links] enables us to bring efficiency in how we use our own resources , along with reinforcing the data-driven component of how we make decisions.
HIGH SPEED 2
Nodes & Links' approach to tackling the challenge of project complexity is the biggest breakthrough in project risk management since the introduction of Quantitative Risk Analysis.
This product is a boon for project managers as it provides an easily digestible set of information which provides great insight into a variety of aspects of the project lifecycle and delivery.
Nodes and Links are showing how the construction industry can benefit from smart technology to improve project efficiency and effectiveness
PROJECT MANAGEMENT COMPANY
With Nodes and Links, the schedule comparison is done with the click of a button, meaning the scheduler now has more time in identifying opportunities and possible mitigation measures.
It's amazing. You can go from no ability to a complete ability to dissect a programme with your whole team in an instant
The future is very much a partnership between a Planner and Nodes & Links, driving faster on better project performance and therefore, better outcomes
We were able to get ahead of risk & gather actionable insights from our existing project data, thus saving both time and money
EIFFAGE KIER FERROVIAL BAM
It’s not often we find an out-of-the-box solution that ticks so many boxes . Ultimately, this will reduce risk, support programme delivery, elevate productivity and drive down the number of man hours required
The time it has taken us to go from a standing start to this sort level on analysis is phenomenal
The most helpful aspects so far are: ease of use, platform speed, capability to assess project health/progress and changes/trends over time
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