All hail the digital command centre

In a world grappling with business recovery, digital engineering plays a starring role in project delivery. How can we leverage it to keep complex programmes and projects on track?

The spotlight shines bright on industries emerging from the pandemic in a position of relative strength. Among them, infrastructure is crucial for rebooting economies, pharmaceuticals must achieve speed to market, and data centre operators face a soaring demand for cloud services and uptime.

Each of these sectors serves a distinct market need, so what do they have in common?

The red thread is a requirement for projects to be delivered with quality, certainty and transparency, on time and at cost.

To meet this demand, there’s an urgent need for a fresh approach to the construction process that offers a single source of truth on project performance.
Siloed information can be a colossal impediment to site-based productivity. All parties need dashboards and benchmarks to review progress, but manual systems can create month-long reporting cycles full of yesterday’s news.

This is where a solution like the Digital Command Centre (DCC) enters the stage. With an interactive reporting system in place, the entire project team gains oversight of the project in near real-time.

The beauty of the DCC is that it’s a data-agnostic solution that can be applied directly to project performance for any organisation across all sectors. It integrates culture, systems, reporting and people, and escalates based on the needs of the client.

As clients strive for certainty around delivery times and cost, this digital solution is a game-changer for keeping projects on track.

Watch our video to learn how Rail Systems Alliance is making use of the DCC for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel in Australia.
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