New South Wales Department of Justice speeds record keeping and reporting by between 25-40%
Project name: New South Wales Department of Justice Enterprise | Industry: Hospitality & Community
The main purpose of the New South Wales Department of Justice is creating a safe and just NSW. They have implemented Aconex to increase accessibility, standardize processes across projects, and maintain comprehensive project records. This is part of an overall initiative, for this forward looking government agency to most efficiently manage and deliver infrastructure projects for the public.
- Lack of standardised processes across projects.
- Non centralised project information led to discrepancies and errors.
- Manual tracking of workflows took valuable time away from higher value activities.
- Progress claims management was time consuming and error prone.
- Configurable platform to support organisation wide standardisation and project specific needs.
- Centralised information, process and communication management across the project team leading to one source of truth.
- Automated configurable workflows track review cycles, due dates and outstanding commitments, improving visibility, accountability and timeliness.
- Clear breakdowns mapped to progress claims to eliminate discrepancies and time wasted resolving those discrepancies.
- 50% improvement in data accuracy by using Aconex.
- Estimated time savings between 25-40% across all users in record keeping and reporting across projects.
- Savings from 10 minutes up to two days per approval through electronic sign offs, eliminating the need to track someone down at their desk to get the approval.
- Improved quality and records of all change requests and approvals.
- Elimination of manual tracking resulting in time saved in tracking change requests, project management time saved on forecasting and management time saved in reviewing and assessing project reporting.
- Aconex Connected Cost provides clear and complete itemized breakdowns which have significantly reduced discrepancies.