Motivation to use the ITECS Health Assistant

In today’s times, most companies in the processing & manufacturing industries have more or less stable project systems, procedures and best practices in place. This includes prioritization & execution processes. Many have understood the role of the PMO (Project Management Office) and have introduced and equipped it with a more or less stringent approach. So far so good.

Right now, many companies undergo significant changes, mostly re-structuring & re-engineering efforts that target on new and more efficient business alignments, the operation of industry parks and trying to optimize allocated or unallocated project resource usage to mostly lower costs. Generally, the competence portfolio in the project management/execution world is changing and requires a high level set of skills and experiences.

For example, the mere design engineering skills are not enough anymore. It is rather to deliver projects/plants/units/installations with competitive technology and the ability to ensure an optimal operations scheme combined with determined capacity. This goes beyond geographical borders and the need to ensure successful projects in remote areas.  At the same time, project management/engineering resources on the market are scarce and companies compete to employ the best talents. The consideration of cost has additionally led to a minimization of knowledgeable resources. This shortage is supported by the age distribution in the companies as many experts have left for retirement. The contractor companies on the market benefit from this situation and do not engage in win-win alliances any more, they rather move from one company and from one project to the other. That leads to a lower probability of project costs and schedules.


 ITECS Health Assistant – Schematic Components

The following schematics demonstrates the interaction of all key components that build the ITECS Health Assistant system.

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