Manage Resources in Real-time
The problem with most resource management software isn’t the initial set-up of resourcing data: it’s keeping on top of the changes.
CMap’s cutting-edge resourcing tools for architects empowers you to make super-quick changes and get instant feedback on how they impact the project outcome.
With stunning reports that spell-out people’s availability, skills, and more, you can be confident you’re making the right moves.
Increase Staff Utilization
Utilization is a super-important metric. Put simply, any improvement in utilization goes straight to the bottom line.
That’s why CMap's resource management software for architects has productivity targets and powerful, insightful utilization and productivity reports waiting for you straight out of the box.
Make Confident Hiring Decisions
Many companies struggle with hiring decisions due to a lack of facts and figures.
CMap's resource management software for architects transforms your data into a beautiful “Staffing Prediction” report, vividly painting out where you have manageable short-lived spikes in demand and sustained increases requiring extra capacity, giving you the confidence to make decisions early.
Track Skills & Competencies
Using CMap's resource management software, tracking your people’s skills and competencies has never been easier thanks to the “custom fields” functionality, which allows you to tailor your resourcing criteria to your needs.
Need a Spanish speaker? No problem. Need someone with pharmaceutical experience? You got it. The skills you track automatically flow through to resourcing reports, helping you to make the right calls and place the right people on the right projects.
End-to-End Project Management Software
Unlike standalone resource management tools, with CMap everything is joined up.
Resourcing decisions impact project budgets in real-time, putting you on the front foot to make the right calls to deliver your projects profitably.
"Resourcing is a lot more clear and efficient. We can monitor that, whereas in the past we would manipulate spreadsheets."