Starting October 12, 2022, Build Labs will offer all clients access to Radar. As a real-time reporting tool, Radar gives pinpoint accuracy to each project’s progress. Build Labs has always believed clients should have access to understand where their project stands. Radar was a clear step in providing greater transparency.
Radar exists to alleviate pain points felt by project managers and clients. This 360 degrees approach, has considerably decreased time dedicated for data look-up, decision making, action tracking, and team guidance. This ultimately allows for more time and focus dedicated to the client.
In my 10+ years' experience in working with a variety of PM tools, I found myself having to aggregate and distill multiple data points from multiple sources, to truly present a clear and actionable picture to the client and the internal team. With that in mind, we intentionally designed RADAR to filter the relevant data and provide visibility and accountability for both teams.
– Alex B. Project Manager
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Know where your project quickly. The Project Pulse cards give you key indicators for your project so that you can stay in control. Quickly see the burn rate on the budget and timeline, estimated project completion date, and any risks. When you see an indicator you want more information on, click in to gain more valuable insight.
The Project Dashboard provides all relevant documents, an overview of the state of the project, and a history of Project Status Reports. So whether the client is looking to access their project burn rate, contract, invoices, or find the most recent status report – all aspects of the project can be found in the Project Dashboard.
The Radar Status Report seeks to provide all relevant information for the clients to check on for their project. The Status Report includes:
This weekly overview allows the client and Build Labs to stay on the same page. Radar optimizes client and development team communication to discuss potential issues, and move quickly toward resolutions. Allowing the project to stay on track and on budget.
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One critical section of the Status Report is “Project at a Glance.” Designed for those looking for a quick visual of the state of the project, this section presents a red, yellow, or green indicator for the following project aspects:
By presenting these measurements, project teams and key stakeholders can remove current risks and roadblocks to ensure the project is completed on-time and on-budget.
Build has big plans for the future versions of Radar. In the coming months, you can expect to see –