On the 27th of June, 2017, Safran hosted a live and interactive webinar, featuring guest speaker Jan B Johnsen, Commercial Manager and Process Owner for Project Planning at Aibel, that focused on risk analysis and how to improve project planning.
On the 20th of April 2017, Safran Software Solutions hosted a live, free, and interactive webinar alongside Craig Veteto, discussing the value of risk within project management and the impact of the risk-driver method.
Introduction to Safran Risk, the leading solution for integrated schedule and cost risk analysis.
The new standard in schedule risk analysis has arrived in the form of Safran 7.1. With its intuitive process-led user-interface and improved planning quality, your organisation can now successfully deploy quantitative project risk analysis across your projects. To help you make your project risk analysis a more transparent process, watch our ‘Introduction to Safran Risk Webinar’ now, or read the transcript below.
STAVANGER, Norway—June 20, 2016—Safran Software Solutions, a premier provider of Enterprise Project and Risk Analysis software, released Safran Risk 7 earlier this year for clients worldwide. Designed for project stakeholders and risk professionals, Safran Risk provides analysis of both project schedule and cost data in an intuitive process-led manner, helping organizations identify and mitigate project risks earlier.
Whilst schedule risk analysis is an essential and highly valuable exercise for many projects, it can also be an involved and time consuming process. It can take organizations weeks and often months of interviewing and workshops to reach the stage where they have gathered enough pertinent information on both the schedule and inherent risks to that schedule, to build a truly representative risk model.
Schedule risk analysis is a proven means for assessing and quantifying the impact of risks against a project schedule; providing an analytical means to establish schedule and cost contingency. In fact, most organizations have project management process requirements or contractual requirements to conduct a risk analysis on the project schedule. While the end result – the output of the analysis – is undoubtedly valuable, what’s often overlooked is the value in the process of conducting a risk analysis.
For decades, project professionals have seen the countless statistics about project overruns and delays. However, by leveraging the benefits of enterprise project and risk management solutions, organizations are able to improve project confidence and ensure timely delivery. Watch the short video clip below to see how Safran Project can plan, schedule and ensure on-time delivery of projects, mitigating risks and uncertainty in the process.
In our previous post we outlined several of the difficulties associated with managing shutdowns, turnarounds and outages (STOs). If this type of project is not properly planned and controlled, a company is at risk of serious budget overruns and schedule delays. Safran Project 7 is designed to assist organizations with streamlining STO planning and execution—fully integrated with SAP to form a comprehensive solution.
Streamline STO Planning & Execution
Planning and managing shutdowns, turnarounds and outages in the process plant environment is a complex and demanding function. If turnarounds are not properly planned, managed and controlled, companies run the risk of serious budget overruns, costly schedule delays and negative impacts on customers.
Release Accompanied by Streamline STO Planning & Execution Webinar