Arup’s Infrastructure Strategic Alliance (ISA) project at Sellafied needed to achieve cost and schedule savings and improve its project governance and invoicing process. Dada Enterprises’ ERP solution simplified the process to manage costs and risks by developing the solution architecture. Dada developed the change management plan, training, education and systems integration. Dada’s business consultancy team to identify the requirements and managed the work streams needed to transition to the client’s desired outcomes.
Dada delivered a project controls solution toolkit and change management framework to allow the ISA team to improve its performance and recovery of costs.
Arup is a British multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, which provides engineering, design and business consultation. Arup was founded in London in 1946, and is best known for its design work on the Sydney Opera House. It has 83 offices in 31 countries worldwide. In 2015, revenues were £1,125.5 million and 12,143 employees.
The key success factors for Arup was that Arup’s Infrastructure Strategic Alliance is a 15 year contract and needed to manage emergent project work, achieve a 40% reduction in schedule and 25% reduction in cost. These were significant challenges for them outside their traditional core areas of expertise.
Dada delivered a cost management system which improved the invoicing process, project governance and monitoring and control.
- Project, program and project portfolio management (P3M) consulting
- Project, design and cost management
- Transition Management
- Organisational Governance and Change Control
- Resource Management
- Fee Management, Value and risk management
- Management consultancy services
- Oracle Primavera integration
- Deltek Cobra implementation
“Dada Enterprises robust business and systems implementation change model allowed for comprehensive solution to be implemented for performance and financial management. This has allowed greater transparency of costs and monitoring of systems.”
Mark Neller, Associate Director, Project, Programme Management (PPM)