Project Planning Software
eTaskMaker® is a "front end" planning and estimating tool (software). It generates customized schedule fragnets complete with:
- resources - both labor and equipment
- predecessor schedule logic
Plans prepared in eTaskMaker can be exported to most project management software and CMMS systems as well as Microsoft Excel® including:
- ATC Professional™ by InterPlan Systems Inc.
- Microsoft Office Project® by Microsoft Corp.
- Primavera Project Planner® (P3®) by Primavera Systems, Inc.
- Primavera P6® by Primavera Systems, Inc.
- SAP® R/3 PM Module by SAP AG
- and others...
eTaskMaker boasts an extensive estimating library covering typical routine (inspection and repair of mechanical equipment, instruments, rotating equipment, etc.) and non-routine (piping demolition, fabrication and erection) turnaround work. eTaskMaker enables planners with specialized experience to cross-train and competently plan and estimate work in fields outside their expertise. It’s like having over 20 years of planning and estimating experience spanning hundreds of turnarounds right at your fingers.
eTaskMaker includes over 200 planning modules for refinery and petrochemical plant maintenance, engineering / construction projects, ...
... and shipyard / marine inspection and repair including:
Standardizing and Improving Best Practices
eTaskMaker enables you to standardize estimating norms (manhours) and best practices in planning (task definition, work procedures) across the enterprise. Capture and retain your company’s expertise and experience in a secure platform. eTaskMaker estimating modules are encrypted with your serial number, so only your eTaskMaker licenses can read and use them - ensuring that contractor’s and owner’s proprietary norms stay safe in a mixed work environment.
Info – The .PPS (PowerPoint) slide show from InterPlan Systems’ presentation, Standardizing and Improving Best Practices in Estimating and Planning, at the 2007 AFPM Maintenance Conference is available here: Download
eTaskMaker is the professional planning tool for the process industries (including oil refining, petrochemical processing, power generation and pulp and paper mills).
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