Work Breakdown Structure

The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is at the heart of your Proteus and your project and is what powers your projects’ dashboards – giving you both a big picture and a detailed view of your project’s performance.

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Easily convert your proposal to a project

The WBS is created as you develop your new proposal in Proteus. The WBS details the costs, resources, deliverables, milestones, procurement, and ad hoc expenses. Once the project is approved and converted to a project, live dashboards will give you ongoing updates in real-time.

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Utilise your team's capacity

When creating the WBS, you can allocate team members to specific tasks and deliverables by viewing how much capacity each team member has, ensuring that your team is fully utilised across the project.

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Manage your project schedule

Gantt charts are automatically displayed showing the start and end dates for each activity and key milestones. The Gantt chart is displayed in real-time to allow project leaders to review and assess the impact incremental changes to project detail can have on the delivery

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Review project performance

Dashboards show the project's performance, including the percentage of work completed against the schedule, the deliverables, the work in progress, as well as what has been invoiced to date and how much remains in the budget.

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