A Deep Dive into Ajera Project Management Dashboards

December 08, 2021
01:30pm-02:30pm EST
Previously Recorded

SN’s Ajera Virtual User Group, where like-minded individuals from project-based firms converge for the opportunity to learn, collaborate, and most importantly, grow. We’re bringing together thought leaders in Architecture & Engineering, finance, and technology to help you map out your future.

You asked and we listened, thanks to all who responded to our polling for our December topic!

Deep Dive into PM Dashboards – was the winner! 

The past almost 2 years has been full of unprecedented change and we have seen our AE community rise to the challenges and adopt new approaches to the way we work and communicate with one another. With more companies working remotely and hiring talent across the country we’ve had more requests for help with PM Training and PM Project Reporting than ever.

Please join us for our December Ajera User Group where we’ll focus on the Project Performance dashboard. We will present ideas to customize your Projects and My Projects dashboards to:

  • Access for what information is MOST important to present to your PMs
  • Customize to highlight the KPIs your firm finds most critical
  • Connect the dots with Project Maintenance and Project Reporting to find efficiencies for your team
  • Add Dashboards and Widgets available to you in the Widget Gallery that you might not be aware of
  • Hear your ideas and innovations on Project Reporting

During This Event, You’ll Learn How To:

  • Edit the Projects & My Projects widgets to make them the most efficient.
  • Incorporate Earned Value Analysis into your Project and My Projects Dashboards.
  • Access widgets available to you in the Widget Gallery.

Do you have a success story to share? We want to hear about it! 

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