Integrated scheduling in complex environments
Any resource, any activity, any constraint
Creating and managing integrated schedules is a complex and challenging task. Actenum DSO scheduling and optimization software tames the complexity of integrated scheduling with powerful decision support technology and advanced analytics that rapidly identifies optimal schedules to meet your business goals. Actenum DSO schedules any type of resource against any type of activity, subject to any type of constraint, and rapidly aligns the sequence of resources and activities with your objectives. As a result, it simplifies scheduling and eliminates guesswork to significantly improve the efficient use of equipment, personnel, and other resources.
Features that optimize performance
Designed for rapid and reliable scheduling, Actenum DSO provides drag and drop scheduling, as well as multiple views of the schedule by resource, facility, activity, and location or area. It enables you to build custom reports (incorporating charts) for specific requirements, dashboards for rapid insight into key issues, and it integrates with third-party tools such as MS-Excel, MS-Project, and Primavera.
Know before you go
With Actenum DSO, you always know what to do in any situation. It enables you to create and evaluate multiple “What if?” scheduling scenarios so you know exactly how your scheduling decisions will impact costs, production, equipment use, and financial goals. Generate scenarios that answer questions such as “How productive will we be if we reduce spending by 25% this year?” Monitor and control your Key Performance Indicators as the schedule is changed, so that you have instant insight into how well you are maximizing asset ROI, reducing risk, and achieving predictable and reliable production.
The difference between Actenum DSO and other scheduling software is the flexibility and scalability to mold it around how different teams work. Instead of you adapting to the software, it adapts to you which has dramatically increased adoption rate and buy-in from all our different teams. Not once has it not been able to work the way we’ve needed it to.