Integrated Project Planning & Execution

Integrated Project Planning and Execution

As the demand for high value-added vessels increases, so does the need to identify and mitigate the risks associated with more complex design and manufacturing processes. This need is compounded by the current climate of unpredictability and increased competition in the shipbuilding market. To remain competitive, a shipyard must deliver bids that are both attractive and accurate. To this end, having a fully planned, resourced, and budgeted end-to-end project management solution has become critical.

As the demand for high value-added vessels increases, so does the need to identify and mitigate the risks associated with more complex design and manufacturing processes. This need is compounded by the current climate of unpredictability and increased competition in the shipbuilding market. To remain competitive, a shipyard must deliver bids that are both attractive and accurate. To this end, having a fully planned, resourced, and budgeted end-to-end project management solution has become critical.

Integrated Project Planning and Execution

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In today’s uncertain market, a shipyard’s ability to secure new business depends on bid accuracy and completeness. However, staying in control of shipbuilding projects becomes harder as new technologies, processes, and materials are introduced and the complexity in design and build increases. Innovation and complexity introduce new risks that need to be identified early and managed carefully as the project progresses.

Our Integrated Project Planning and Execution solution relies on three core concepts. First, having an integrated systems approach to project management is critical in the planning and execution of projects as complex as building a ship. The impact of any change needs to be assessed to guarantee that the shipyard is still able to comply with the requirements set in the contract. Second, requirements and risks must be connected from the very beginning of the project to ensure that risks are clearly communicated to the customer during the bidding process. Finally, best practices and lessons learned need to be fed back into the work breakdown structure (WBS) so workflows and processes can be improved continuously.

The Siemens Integrated Project Planning and Execution solution helps you steer your increasingly complex shipbuilding projects to successful completion. Avoid failed bids, cost overruns, and schedule delays. Deliver on time, on budget, and on quality, and set the course for a successful future.

Integrated Project Planning and Execution
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