Learn how project portfolio management software helped Efficio streamline key PMO processes for Thames Water
Would you like to streamline project management processes and give a clear overview of how each of your projects is performing? You're in good company with the largest water and utility provider in the UK.
Find out why KeyedIn Projects was the best project portfolio management solution to meet their complex needs.
Thames Water is the largest water and wastewater services provider in the UK. Its 4,700 strong workforce provides clean water to 9 million customers and wastewater services to 15 million customers in London and the Thames Valley.
Owned by a consortium, Kemble Water Holdings Ltd which is managed by Macquarie Capital Funds (Europe) Limited, Thames Water has a turnover of £1.9bn.
Efficio has supported Thames Water for three years’ sourcing support in CAPEX and OPEX spend, following which the water company has outsourced all goods and services sourcing to the consultancy.
As part of a multi-year managed procurement service contract, Efficio is responsible for the execution and management of framework contracts within Thames Water to deliver both cost optimisation and quality delivery.
Thames Water worked with Efficio to find a system which would streamline project processes and give a clear overview of how each project was performing.
This case study highlights:
- The business challenge and the company's requirement to build a system which would deliver cost optimisation and quality delivery
- How KeyedIn Projects removed the need for a full-time PMO so skills could be fully utilised in other areas of the business
- How the company managed to streamline back office processes and accurately calculate future revenues
- The intuitive nature of the solution and how it was successfully rolled out to 40 users
“It has done what we wanted it to do very efficiently and we are very happy with the choice we made to use KeyedIn Solutions.”
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