- Feb 25, 2019
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Steelray Project Analyzer is software that takes the pain out of creating, maintaining and delivering quality schedules.
With Analyzer, you can evaluate your project schedule for quality and performance in minutes and produce understandable results. Schedules can be analyzed against project management best practices, internally defined best practices and government best practices. Analyzer supports Microsoft Project, Primavera P6 and UN/CEFACT XML. Easy to Read Scorecard
Our innovative scorecard shows you the results of each check at a glance, using easy to read green, yellow, and red indicators. Our innovative score strip shows you a great deal of information in a compact space. Each scale is completely customizable.
Powerful report gallery
Analyzer comes pre-configured with all of the reports needed to analyze the quality of your schedule. In addition to our innovative scorecard, Analyzer includes the DCMA 14 Point Assessment, a schedule comparison report, a validation report, a longest path tool, and many more.
DCMA EVAS and 14 Point Metrics
The Defense Contract Management Agency EVAS Metrics and 14 Point assessment are a series of checks that help ensure that your schedule has a trustworthy critical path. Steelray Project Analyzer provides reports that run these assessments on your schedule and explains the results in a clear, easy to understand format.
Built-In Scheduling Enyclopedia
Steelray Project Analyzer includes The Coach, a built-in encylopedia that dives deeper into your results, explaining the in simple terms. For some users, The Coach teaches them the fundamentals of schedule quality. For others, it serves as a quick reference.
Jump to the Native Schedule
When tasks are flagged by Analyzer, simply click on a hyperlink to filter those tasks in the native scheduling application (e.g. Microsoft Project). Steelray Project Analyzer provides a smooth workflow to fixing schedule quality issues.
Improvement: Upgraded to latest release of third-party libraries.