A cost management software with integrated scheduling and estimating

About ARES PRISM

ARES PRISM is an enterprise project controls software that manages the complete project lifecycle delivering dependable forecasts, cost control, and performance measurement. PRISM is a scalable, intuitive system that harnesses best practices and integrates all aspects of the project, including cost, schedule, change, estimating, contracts & procurement, and field progressing.

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ARES PRISM Features

ARES PRISM harnesses industry best practices and integrates all aspects of the project, including cost and schedule, change management, estimating, earned value, contracts & procurement, and field progressing. Organizations gain enhanced visibility, cost control, and performance measurement.

ARES PRISM Target Market

Organizations around the world rely on PRISM to manage projects, programs and portfolios of growing size and complexity in a variety of industries; including infrastructure, engineering & construction, oil & gas, mining, utilities and aerospace.

ARES PRISM Pricing

Pricing factors include the volume of licenses, the combination of modules chosen, scale of implementation, and where the software will be installed (PRISM is available on-premise or in the cloud). There is a free trial available. There is no free version available.

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User Reviews of ARES PRISM

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Submitted on March 27th, 2020 by an ARES PRISM user from Transport for London (TFL)

Making the cultural shift to PRISM has allowed us to get a much more integrated view. It’s a significant benefit and we sometimes forget that benefit because it has become so inherent in what we do. It’s like having a smartphone. You take it for granted and forget what life was ever like without one!

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Submitted on March 27th, 2020 by an ARES PRISM user from Barrick Gold

PRISM allows for a seamless flow of information between our finance and project community. It also offers a lot of visibility to stakeholders, which includes all groups in the company. Every department, every discipline at one point or another has a project that requires some form of capital. So now stakeholders can see what’s happening with projects.