Projectplace helps E.ON increase their efficiency
The construction by E.ON of one of the world’s largest wind farms just off the Danish coast has resulted in a renewed drive for efficiency. When collaboration between numerous suppliers, consultants and employees needs to run like a well-oiled machine, everyone must have access to the same information. For a number of years now Anders Ljungman, Project Manager at E.ON, has regarded Projectplace as an almost indispensable tool.
Efficient information management saves time
Anders Ljungman and his team have been responsible for the Rödsand 2 project, which was ordered by the Danish Energy Agency.
In order to keep communication and information flows in check in major projects like this one, participants must be able to contact one another and cooperate easily. Within a company environment a shared server may be one solution, but the work often becomes complicated as soon as external parties come on board.
“I am convinced that Projectplace is helping us to save a lot of time. One big advantage is that there is a very low knowledge threshold for new employees to get to grips with when starting work. For instance, we never encountered any problems when the time came for our suppliers to start working in Projectplace. We simply said ‘We will now be using Projectplace’ and invited them to join us – we hardly ever received any questions about it. It is largely self-explanatory.”