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Here we provide simple models to explain some of our delivery concepts on a no-fee basis to unfamiliar Project Leaders. This way they can test their need in a non-commercial environment.  More customised versions of the simple models below are available based on your individual company’s processes through our  Subscription Packages.

Now is a great time of the year to ‘future-proof’ complex projects to get your team off to a flying start in 2018 and book a free one-to-one project review.

Avoid the usual deluge of project spreadsheets and cost recovery issues in 2018 – and the risk of missed deadlines, financial penalties and claims.

Book your free webinar to get fresh insight into stress-free project management – to resolve your ERP project control, staffing and systems issues from the very start.

To help you prepare for the GDPR, here at Dada Enterprises we have developed a Data Protection Policy template specifically designed for compliance with the GDPR. Why is this important? If a company doesn’t comply with the Data Protection Act enforcement notice thy could be fined up to £500,000. To The Policy is high in detail and, in many areas, reproduces key provisions from the GDPR itself with a view to being as informative as possible.

Data Policy Template builds on the 8 Data Protection Act principles below:

1st Principle: Data should be processed fairly and lawfully

2nd Principle: Data should be obtained only for one or more specified and lawful purposes

3rd Principle: Data should be adequate, relevant and not excessive for the purpose of processing

4th Principle: Data should be accurate and up-to-date

5th Principle: Data should kept as long as necessary

6th Principle: Data should be processed in accordance with the rights of the data subject

7th Principle: Data should be kept secure

8th Principle: Data should only be transferred to countries with adequate protection

Download “Free Data Policy template to get you ready for GDPR?” DADA-GDPR-Data-Policy.docx – Downloaded 18 times – 310 KB

Download the FREE Dada Project Manager Maturity Assessment tool-set. Share your results and build on them.

Download your free P3M3 Project Maturity Questionnaire sample and see how you can customise it to your own industry and processes. Get in touch to see how you can build on your results. Once completed in your own time, the assessment provides a personalized assessment of your scores against seven perspectives:

  1. Organizational governance
  2. Management control
  3. Benefits management
  4. Risk management
  5. Stakeholder management
  6. Finance management
  7. Resource management

At Dada Enterprises a P3M3 assessment is important to us, not just as an auditing tool, but to drive performance. At Dada we use it to ensure that the implemented system has the right (a) People; (b) Skills; (c) Processes; and (d) Tools. The analysis and systems solutions are then captured in a blueprint that ensures that the right organisation roles, systems and support networks are in place

Share your results in the comment box or contact us to learn more about our P3M3 assessment tool-sets and what your assessment score means

Although this simple model has been developed to explain the concept on a no fee-basis we usually provide this via an on-line questionnaire as part of our Subscription Packages based around your company’s processes.

Download “Think you're a Good Project Manager? Prove it!” Dada-Enterprises-P3M3-Project-Maturity-Model_Simple-Example-1.xls – Downloaded 101 times – 926 KB

This video shows the business perspective and benefit of an integration of enterprise systems like the exchange of: master data, structures, networks as well as dynamic data like forecast work, cost revenues & budgets, time postings and actual costs.

Learning points that you will get from this video tutorial

  • The benefits from integrating your enterprise systems together
  • The components of a Project Controls Solution / Cost Management System
  • How to define the ‘right’ solution for your own company
  • The contents of a System’s Blue Print and how it is used
  • The steps involved in a successful ERP implementation
  • Example of potential systems integrations and data flows
  • The components of a successful Change Management strategy

Or click here to watch our free on-demand webinar

Learning points that you will get from this video tutorial

  • How Project Portfolio Management (PPM) gives companies a “bird’s eye” view of upcoming, current and past projects.
  • Real-life examples of best Practices for PPM reporting focusing on Variance and Exceptions.
  • How to write a Report Specification to get Automated Portfolio Status reporting, combining source data from different systems.
  • An overview as to which Cost Control solutions can be supplied though PPM reporting.

Or click here to watch our free on-demand webinar

Automate your processes and workflows. We’ve already created template workflows to give you a head-start.

Sorting and sifting through spreadsheets or piles of paper takes time. Dada makes quick work of “what goes where,” so the systems that keep your company moving move even faster. By automating processes, you can ensure appropriate review and reduce the risk of internal fraud and better manage cash flow. When projects get stuck in the approval process, it can lead to missed deadlines, poor customer service, and other bottlenecks for downstream projects. Automating workflows can keep everything running on schedule.

 See the Dada App platform in action and put commercial and construction process in its place with automatic workflows. Connect people, content, data and systems, in a few clicks.

Download “Screenshots of Dada project management app” Dada-Project-Management-App.ppsx – Downloaded 86 times – 1 MB

Here at Dada we put ourselves in their positions, with real-life important problems to solve, how could we do it, fast, economically and deliver value on the ground…

“Currently an inspector has to review security standards of equipment at various construction sites and factories. Whilst on these remote site there is not always an internet connection and so they now note everything manually down by hand and copy the inspection out formally again when back-in the office.”

Learning Points you will get from this video

  • How we can develop your company’s customised inspection forms
  • How you can fill in your own personalised mobile forms remotely and submit the inspection data electronically to a central data repository
  • How you can data mine across projects for safety issues using the central register
  • How you can automate the process to approve a safety inspection certificate to ensure that the “right” people review and approve on-time removing bottlenecks
  • How a safety inspection certificate can be issued as a PDF and saved in Office 365

Click here or the image below to see the video on-demand webinar

In this webinar Nintex and Theobald Software will provide an overview on SAP integration possibilities using the Nintex Workflow Platform and Theobald’s ERPConnect Services. In a live demo we will show you how to connect SAP and Salesforce using the Nintex Workflow Cloud. We will also provide insights on how your SAP integration could work with Nintex for Office365.

Or click here to watch our free on-demand webinar

HR is a very “paper-heavy” function with 50% of HR departments’ time spent processing employee information. Watch our Webinar on how you can implement Big Data and Workflow Automation to get new employees to get right to work – on day one!

50% of HR departments’ time is spent processing employee information. 40% of their time is spent on administrative work. It’s time to make HR great again! Take our challenge to see if your company can automate processes to allow new employees adding value – on day one.

Managing your human capital takes an elaborate set of processes and procedures

  • 50% of HR departments’ time is spent processing employee information

  • 40% of their time is spent on administrative work— either re-entering data from one system to another, or on other tasks

Why use Nintex to improve HR processes?

  • Improve productivity
  • Mitigate risk
  • Improve productivity
  • Ensure compliance
  • Improve data accuracy
  • Reduce paperwork
  • Expedite approvals
  • Boost employee satisfaction

Download “HR Solution Scenario Webinar Deck” Nintex-HR-Solution-Scenario-Webinar-Deck.ppsx – Downloaded 4 times – 7 MB

Trusted by managers from 15,000+ companies in 150 countries. Pipefy’s growth is in the top 2% of SaaS companies.

Pipefy is ideal for managing medium to high complexity business processes, where speed to value is critical. The “no-code” approach to deployment and management means technical resources are minimal and total cost of ownership is much lower. Pipefy enables agile process management by empowering subject matter experts to control workflow. Pipefy’s speed-to-value deployments have been demonstrated by past databases being built specifically for Global 100 Companies and delivered within 2 weeks. Their customers are better positioned to respond quickly to changing operational dynamics while still ensuring standards of execution.

Click here or the icon below to see a video overview

Trusted by managers from 15,000+ companies in 150 countries. Pipefy’s growth is in the top 2% of SaaS companies.

Pipefy is ideal for managing medium to high complexity business processes, where speed to value is critical. The “no-code” approach to deployment and management means technical resources are minimal and total cost of ownership is much lower. Pipefy enables agile process management by empowering subject matter experts to control workflow. Pipefy’s speed-to-value deployments have been demonstrated by past databases being built specifically for Global 100 Companies and delivered within 2 weeks. Their customers are better positioned to respond quickly to changing operational dynamics while still ensuring standards of execution.

Download “Pipefy Overview” Pipefy-Full-Presentation-.pdf – Downloaded 5 times – 9 MB


Download “Pipefy Product Overview” Pipefy-Product-Overview.pdf – Downloaded 3 times – 2 MB


Download “Pipefy for Financial Services” Pipefy-for-Financial-Services.pdf – Downloaded 4 times – 8 MB

Pipefy offers many advanced features that enable you to manage all your company’s sales and CRM processes and centralize them in a single place. Click here to see this webinar on how to optimise your sales & CRM processes with Pipefy.
Learn all about how you can explore these features to optimize your sales team’s performance and boost your sales results.

In our series of exclusive webinars below we’ll talk about many different advanced features, such as:

This June 2017 we will see the publication of a new, streamlined and updated NEC4. Download an overview of the changes, benefits and the new forms of contracts added to the suite

Read about the new forms of contract:

  • The Design, Build and Operate Contract brings together design, construction, operation and maintenance allowing procurement from a single supplier for a whole-life delivery solution.
  • The Alliance Contract allows clients to fully integrate the design team into a single contract with many participants allowing deep collaboration between all parties.
  • The Adjudicator’s Contract has been renamed as the Dispute Resolution Service Contract.

Download “Overview of new NEC4 contracting suite” NEC4-Next-Generation.pdf – Downloaded 45 times – 2 MB

Overview of the NEC3 Main Options.

There are six main options as set out below. The Contractor carries the greatest risk under options A and B, and least risk under options E and F.

  •  Option A: Lump Sum priced contract with activity schedule
  • Option B: Re-measurement priced contract with bill of quantities
  • Option C: Target Cost contract with activity schedule
  • Option D: Target Cost contract with bill of quantities
  • Option E: Cost Reimbursable contract
  • Option F: Management Contract

Download “Overview over NEC3 Main Contract Options” NEC-MainContractForms-DADA-Enterprises.pdf – Downloaded 19 times – 54 KB

Overview of the main NEC Compensation Clauses.

Learn more about NEC Contract Clauses and how to constructively use Early Warnings, one of the most important management tools contained within the NEC3 ECC contract and how you can use it  from our article here

Download “NEC Compensation Clauses” NEC-CompensationEventClauses-DADA-Enterprises.pdf – Downloaded 35 times – 75 KB

An Early Warning is one of the most important management tools contained within the NEC3 ECC contract. Simply put both the Contractor and the Client are each obliged to warn the other as soon as either is aware of a matter that could effect time, cost or quality. The following process chart sets out the common scenarios on how a Early Warning is raised and validated as well as the relevant NEC3 form used at each stage. There are 4 Phases to this process (1) Raising of Early Warning Notice (EWN), (2) Validating a Compensation Event (CE), (3) Review of CE and Quote and (4) Instructing a CE.

Download “Early Warning process map” Early-Warning-process-map-DADA-Enterprises.pdf – Downloaded 14 times – 276 KB

Rich with information, architects are using BIMs for all sorts of design-centric tasks – energy analysis, sun studies and specification management to name a few. Given the success of BIM in the design realm, building firms are turning to BIMs for their own uses, such as constructability analysis, trade coordination, clash detection, quantification and cost estimation. BIM for Project Managers – which provides market insight into organisational strategic issues and the role and functions of project managers in BIM implementation.

The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) paper “BIM for Project Managers” also looks to the future, at how roles might evolve as BIM continues to develop.

If you are a project manager working in client, consultant and constructor organisations, across any market across the globe, this paper is a must-read.

Download “RICS report "BIM for Project Managers"” RICS-BIM-for-Project-Managers.pdf – Downloaded 18 times – 6 MB

A portfolio, programme and project management (P3M) Maturity Model is a reference guide for improving performance in portfolio, programme and project management. It categorises portfolio, programme and project management best practices into key areas to enable organisations to assess their current level of capability within each area.

Use our P3M3 assessment to determine their strengths and weaknesses in delivering change.

Learn more about our P3M3 maturity assessment questionnaire and how you can use it  from our article here

Download “FREE P3M3 maturity assessment questionnaire” P3M3-Maturity-Assessment-Questionnaire.pdf – Downloaded 105 times – 76 KB

Start your infrastructure projects with a clear understanding of what you want to deliver. (a) Know what has to be done; (b) Know how actual performance compares against your baseline; (c) Know what remains to be done; (d) Identify and implement corrective actions; and (e) Check results of corrective actions. Deliver projects successfully at lower costs.

The toolkit consists of:

  • a summary sheet for rating project assurance
  • a detailed breakdown of evidence that should be sought when rating each criterion

Application of the toolkit

The assurance assessment toolkit is intended as a reference for assurance practitioners to help provide a measure of their confidence in the potential for a project (or programme or portfolio) to succeed. While assisting assurance practitioners to be thorough when performing assurance, we rely on their professionalism to adapt this guide to the circumstances of the project to be assured.

The assurance assessment toolkit provides a common generic basis for the assessment of portfolios, programmes and projects (hereafter generally referred to as projects) of all sizes, in all sectors, at any project life cycle phase and at all levels in the supply chain. The toolkit can also be successfully applied to sub-projects or work packages in a project.

It can be used by independent assurance providers or project teams both for self-assessment of their projects or as a checklist to support the development of their approach to managing and assuring the project.

Download “Association of Project Management (APM) Measures for Assuring Projects” APM-Assurance-toolkit-final.pdf – Downloaded 16 times – 170 KB

A number of default roles are defined in PRINCE2. Practitioners can tailor them based on their project environment, as long as they follow some rules; e.g. the Executive and the Project Management roles shouldn’t be merged into one, while some others may.

Here we provide the Prince2 Summary Table for the following default PRINCE2 roles and what their responsibilities are:

  • Project Board, a group of the following roles:
    • Executive, the business-oriented person who’s ultimately responsible for the project
    • Senior User, one or more people who represent the final users’ requirements in the board
    • Senior Supplier, one or more people who represent the interests of the suppliers
  • Project Assurance, assures the interests of the primary stakeholders
  • Change Authority, decides on some of the request for changes in behalf of the Project Board
  • Project Manager, responsible for the day to day management of the project in behalf of the Project Board
  • Project Support, helps the Project Manager in project management activities
  • Team Manager, one or more people responsible for ensuring the quality and other variables of production in the teams

Download “PRINCE2 Roles & Responsibilities Matrix” PRINCE2-–-Roles-and-Responsibilities-matrix.pdf – Downloaded 4 times – 95 KB

From this risk awareness training slides you will obtain the following learning points:

  1. Introduction to Risk Management
  2. The Human Element
  3. Separating Risk, Uncertainty and Opportunity
  4. Risk Management Process
  5. The Exposure Life-cycle
  6. Clear Expression of Risk Discipline
  7. Conclusion and Key Lessons
  8. Questions and Group Discussion

Within our Subscription Packages we provide trained risk facilitators who can hold workshops to quantify, identify and help you manage your risks, opportunities and issues.

Download “Risk Management Awareness Training Slides” Risk-Management-Awareness-Training_DADA-Enterprises.pdf – Downloaded 42 times – 1 MB

At Dada Enterprises we use our P3M3 and Risk Maturity Models as well as other assessment tools to design Project Controls Systems to manage Project Delivery, the Application for Payment and Fee Schedule.

Whereas the Risk Maturity Model (RMM) was designed to be used more at the Programme Level some Engineering Leaders wanted a more high-level questionnaire that could be run at the Enterprise Level.  For them we have created an extract from a compliance test that we usually tailor to individual client’s processes and industry.

Once again this would ideally be done via an on-line questionnaire as part of our Subscription Packages but a simple extract was developed to further introduce the basic concepts on a no-fee basis.

Please just fill in the back sheet Compliance Matrix sheet to get your company’s assessment score in a few minutes

Download “FREE Enterprise Risk Compliance check” Dada-Enterprises-Risk-Compliance-Matrix_Simple-Example.xls – Downloaded 75 times – 710 KB

Overview on risk, issue and opportunity management process. The inputs and outputs to each stage.

Within our Subscription Packages we provide trained risk facilitators who can hold workshops to quantify, identify and help you manage your risks, opportunities and issues. We have many techniques for risk reporting dashboards and tools for carrying out Quantitative Schedule / Cost Risk Analysis. However we developed this simple overview to introduce the concept on a no-fee basis for companies who may not have yet a mature in-house risk management team.

Download “Issues, Risk & Opportunity Management – A process overview” IssuesRiskOpportunityManagementOverview-DADA-Enterprises.pdf – Downloaded 30 times – 164 KB

A Risk Maturity Model (RMM) outlines key indicators and activities that comprise a sustainable, repeatable and mature enterprise risk management (ERM) programme. Use our risk maturity assessment to identify current strengths and weaknesses of your risk management implementation.

Although this simple model has been developed to explain the concept on a no fee-basis we usually provide this via an on-line questionnaire as part of our Subscription Packages based around your company’s processes.

Learn more about our RMM tool and what your assessment score means from our article here

Download “FREE Risk Maturity Model (RMM) assessment tool set” Dada-Enterprises-Risk-Maturity-Model_Simple-Example.xls – Downloaded 181 times – 1 MB

Manage Your Risks! Use the project Risk Register for the day to day management of the risks in your project – It just may be the most useful tool in your PM toolbox. The Risk Register contains a listing of all risks identified for a project. Since It includes Risk Scores, Risk Waterfall charts, Responses, triggers and Risk Owners it is a critical tool for Project Managers.

Within our Subscription Packages we provide useful macros which allow users to consolidate multiple risk registers together, risk reporting dashboards and tools for carrying out Quantitative Schedule / Cost Risk Analysis. However we developed this simple template to introduce the concept on a no-fee basis for companies who have not invested yet in risk management software yet.

Download “FREE Risk Register Template Example” Dada-Enterprises-Risk-Register_Simple-Example.xls – Downloaded 43 times – 1 MB

Overview of some of the most common techniques for identification and assessment.

Within our Subscription Packages we provide trained risk facilitators who can hold workshops to quantify, identify and help you manage your risks, opportunities and issues. We have many techniques for risk reporting dashboards and tools for carrying out Quantitative Schedule / Cost Risk Analysis. However we developed this simple overview to introduce the concept on a no-fee basis for companies who may not have yet a mature in-house risk management team.

Download “Risk identification & assessment techniques” Risk-Identification-Assessment-techniques-DADA-ENTERPRISES.pdf – Downloaded 66 times – 437 KB

Here are some simple steps which we wanted to share to explain how we have run a successful Schedule Risk Analysis:

  1. Agree Interim schedule: Construct the activity schedule (a) for the Work Stream; and then (b) the integrated Management Schedule (IMS)
  2. Define uncertainty: Define activity time and estimate the uncertainty in the activity durations
  3. Run Monte-Carlo simulations: Run multiple project progress simulations
  4. Interpret the simulation results: Interpret the sensitivity measures

Within our Subscription Packages we provide trained risk facilitators who can hold workshops to quantify, identify and help you manage your risks, opportunities and issues. We have many techniques for risk reporting dashboards and tools for carrying out Quantitative Schedule / Cost Risk Analysis. However we developed this simple overview to introduce the concept on a no-fee basis for companies who may not have yet a mature in-house risk management team.

Download “Process map for schedule risk management” Process-Map-for-Schedule-Risk-Analysis-DADA-ENTERPRISES.pdf – Downloaded 28 times – 83 KB

Read our quick guide on what is Enterprise Risk & Value Management. Dada Enterprises provides an overview on how Risk and Value Management (R&VM) can provide a structured approach to ensure that value is created and protected through the proactive management of risk in a prioritized, consistent, effective & efficient manner at all levels.

Download “Quick guide on what is Enterprise Risk & Value Management” Quick-Guide-to-Enterprise-Risk-Management.pdf – Downloaded 7 times – 540 KB

With P6 17.7 Oracle customers will now be able to print from the EPS, Activity, and Resource Assignments views. They’ve also added new HTML5 Activity Network and Trace Logic views to help customers better understand the relationships and organisation of their schedules

Oracle have provided a very useful ‘ Cumulative Features‘ comparison spreadsheet. This spreadsheet allows you to compare and review changes from one release to the next for Primavera P6. So if you’re a Primavera Administrator, IT Applications Owner or Planning Manager then you can put in your Current release and then compare it against the potential Target release (note: this does not have to be v17.7) and you get a report (in excel) of the delta functionality. This allows you to then decide which progressive release is ‘right’ for you.

Download “Primavera Cumulative Features Overview 17.7” Primavera_Cumulative_Features_Overview_17.7.xls – Downloaded 18 times – 460 KB

For a more detailed look at the latest release, please download the “What’s New” release document

Download “What's New Features in Primavera P6 EPPM 17” Whats-New-Features-in-Primavera-P6-EPPM-17.pdf – Downloaded 10 times – 528 KB

Here we also include a more detailed ‘presentation’ document given by Oracle to support the release.

Download “Detailed Primavera P6 EPPM 17.7 presentation” Detailed-Primavera-P6-EPPM-17.7-presentation.pdf – Downloaded 10 times – 668 KB

During the configuration of a Primavera P6 EPPM system, one of the main tasks is to develop the access privileges for all the different users. Users in Primavera P6 require two different profiles to control what they can do in the system; a Global Security Profile and a Project Security Profile.

Global Security Profile

The Global Security profile determines what global items in the system the user can add, edit or delete. For example, do you want the user to be able to modify the Organisational Breakdown Structure (OBS), edit the Enterprise Project Structure (EPS) or define their own project or activity codes? Access to all the global elements of the system are controlled by this profile, which in turn is assigned to the appropriate users.

Project Security Profile

The Project Security profile determines what users can do within projects. This covers such things as creating or deleting projects, adding activities, deleting activities, saving a baseline, importing or exporting data and so on. This profile is assigned to users via the OBS, creating a very flexible way of controlling user’s project access across the system.

Profile Options

The options are numerous with 64 global security options and 54 project security options to choose from. Primavera P6 ships with a number of pre-configured profiles including Project Manager, Resource Manager, Read-only rights and so on. However, you will likely need to modify these existing profiles or add new ones to the system to satisfy the needs of your particular organisation.

Getting the settings just right for the different roles can be time-consuming and often requires a little trial and error before everyone is happy. To assist you in designing each of the global and project security profiles you need, we’ve created a work sheet that lists all the global and project settings.

You can download this free PDF and use it to help you design your security profiles for the different roles within your organisation.

Download “Global and Project Security Profile Settings in Primavera P6” Global-and-Project-Security-Profile-Settings-Worksheet.pdf – Downloaded 10 times – 159 KB

 

Oracle Primavera publishes a tested configurations document with every release of Primavera P6 Professional and Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM). The purpose of the document is to inform IT professionals what versions of software such as operating system, database, java, browser and web server should be used for a particular version of the P6 deployment.

If you are experiencing any issues with your Primavera P6 system, particularly the EPPM deployment, you should consult the Tested Configurations document for your particular release to verify that you have used a supported browser, java version, database, web server etc., in your P6 deployment. If one of these elements is incorrect it can impact the performance of the system, and possibly introduce errors to its functionality.

You can obtain copies of the Oracle Primavera P6 documentation on the Oracle documentation web site at the following URL:

http://docs.oracle.com/

A good general library index link is:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/primaverappm-098696.html

To save you some searching around, we have included some download links to the Primavera P6 Tested Configs.xls file for some recent versions of Primavera P6 Professional and Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Releases.

Please note that the tested configs.xls files are owned by Oracle corporation that hold all copyright and intellectual property claims.


Primavera P6 Version R15.2

P6 Professional Tested Configurations.xls

P6 EPPM Tested Configurations.xls

Primavera P6 Version R15.1

P6 Professional Tested Configurations.xls

P6 EPPM Tested Configurations.xls

Primavera P6 Version R8.4

P6 Professional Tested Configurations.xls

P6 EPPM Tested Configurations.xls

Primavera P6 Version R8.3

P6 Professional Tested Configurations.xls

P6 EPPM Tested Configurations.xls

Primavera P6 Version R8.2

P6 Professional Tested Configurations.xls

P6 EPPM Tested Configurations.xls

This article shows in details how to install Primavera P6 on SQL server 2012.
 
The same concept should apply to any other versions.
 
Installation is divided into 3 Sections.
  1. Installing SQL Server
  2. Configuring the SQL Server to allow Primavera connection
  3. Installing Primavera
Within our Subscription Packages we can provide functional and technical experts who can configure your implementation as well and the training of your technical staff and cultural learning required to make your implementation a success.

With greater flexibility and enhanced customization, the interface for the latest version of Oracle Primavera P6 Professional is a vast improvement over the earlier versions. You can completely customize every Tool Group’s location and its available tools. However, with such flexibility comes a small price; a little learning to do to find where all the new stuff is and what the names of these new Tool Groups are. You need to know this because if you right-click on any of the toolbar areas around the sides of the screen, you get a list of Tool Groups to select from. The problem is; if you don’t know the name for each Tool Group, you’ve no idea what you’re selecting.

We have compiled a a comprehensive Toolbar Map to show you two important things:

  • A picture of the Tool Group and its name
  • A complete list of every button within those tool groups and their names

Download “Primavera P6 Professional Toolbar Map” Primavera-P6-Toolbar-Map1.pdf – Downloaded 5 times – 287 KB

This spreadsheet can be used to estimate the database size required to support your use of Cobra.

Change the values in the Parameters column to calculate the total database size.

Within our Subscription Packages we can provide functional and technical experts who can configure your implementation as well and the training of your technical staff and cultural learning required to make your implementation a success.

Digital Business Platforms (DBPs) consist of managing digital processes, applications, and transactions in a mostly electronic manner and do so by leveraging the latest or emerging digital technologies. The Aragon Research Tech Spectrum evaluates 23 key providers who are leading the charge in the DBP market…and guess what? Dada Enterprises are Technology Partners with many of them.

Download “The Aragon Research Tech Spectrum Guide for Digital Business Platforms, 2017: Accelerating Digital Benefits” The-Aragon-Research-Tech-Spectrum™-for-Digital-Business-Platforms-2017....pdf – Downloaded 28 times – 4 MB