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Does Adeaca PBA support Earned Value Analysis?

Yes, Earned Value Analysis (EVA) is very much a central component of the Adeaca Project Business Automation solution and a natural output of it.

Yes, Earned Value Analysis (EVA) is very much a central component of the Adeaca Project Business Automation solution and a natural output of it. The project schedule provides a timeline against which budget entries are time-phased for automatic computation of planned value. EVA earning methods are defined on Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS) accounts and defines how EVA progress and earned value metrics are computed, based on EAC completion, completed work or completed quantities. Earned value is computed at user-defined levels of the Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS).

Earned value metrics including Cost Performance Index (CPI) and Schedule Performance Index (SPI) are established in the costing sheet on demand and at a minimum as part of the month-end process. EVA metrics are stored for each month for historic data audit and trend analysis. S-Curve analysis and performance index trends are also provided in the costing sheet.

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Henrik Lerkenfeld

Henrik is Adeaca's Head of Product Development. Henrik has deep roots in Microsoft Dynamics, having been part of the original Axapta ecosystem and Microsoft’s team after it was acquired. His knowledge of project industries and his systematic process design approach is a crucial component of Adeaca’s customers' success.