We've released some new features in the risk module to help provide insights over projects, programs and portfolios of capital works. See them in this article and be sure to follow our newsletter to have them delivered straight to your inbox.
Our mission at Mastt is to digitise the capital works space by killing spreadsheets, but we've heard from the coal-face that Project Managers still want a way to download out their Mastt risk registers into xslx format.
You can now do this, at the click of a button in the risk module.
Be sure to action any updates to the risk register in Mastt...that spreadsheet won't do the magic that we do in Mastt!
The categorisation of risks is an integral part of risk assessment. Whether your organisation or the one you are providing services too has a pre-established risk framework that mandates risk or impact categories, or you want to enrich your risk management framework by introducing your own categories, Mastt has flexible tools in the risk module to help make risk easy.
You've always been able to categorise your risks in Mastt, using our default template or by introducing your own framework, but we've now made available a new view in the risk charts that can aggregate risks by category over the project, program and portfolio level views.
The 'primary category' view displays the count of risks by severity, organised by primary category. This can provide you oversight of the biggest areas effecting risk on your project, program or portfolio.
Acuity Project Management recently adopted Mastt as their Project Governance and Reporting tool across their owners' projects and portfolios. We were able to catch Graham Grobler, Senior Project Manager at Acuity, in a Q&A session to get to know what it's like working there.
Project Managers (PMs) all have the responsibility to deliver a project within an established time and budget. So, what is the difference between getting work done on site as a construction project manager versus getting work done in the office as an owner's representative?
Today we're excited to introduce our US team. Based in multiple states in the US, Jon, Paul and Nemesio are looking to challenge the "safe zone" among Capital Works PMCs, by introducing them to Mastt's automated reporting and analysis tools that totally remove the need for spreadsheets.
With Mastt, our client can see the status of the project anytime, reducing back and forth queries, and most importantly not having to wait until the end of the month to receive a monthly report.Discover Mastt's impact