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Structure demand

Let us highlight those Binocs features that match your workplace best:
  • All important sources of demand consolidated

    All important sources of demand consolidated

    Binocs structures all sources of demand in demand channels, across delivery teams. Demand channels can cover projects and routine work. It is important that each team gets a clear aggregated view on what they have to deliver and by when.

  • Capture bulk demand from business systems

    Capture bulk demand from business systems

    Binocs uses existing business systems as much as possible to capture large volumes of demand. In R&D environments, Binocs will often interface with PLM systems (Project lifecyle management) and PPM systems (Product/project portfolio management systems). Binocs will sync projects and update milestone dates in seconds using the Binocs API.

  • An intuitive user interface to enter your project work breakdown

    An intuitive user interface to enter your project work breakdown

    For R&D teams that don’t have the seasoned project managers on board, Binocs is a low treshold and easy to use application to host your R&D projects, milestones, resource assignments, etc. Especially where different teams work on multiple projects at the same time, Binocs shines with it’s capability to constantly monitor the capacity collissions. Today, there is no project portfolio system that manages this well.

  • Give demand visibility to your organization

    Give demand visibility to your organization

    Binocs aligns with your demand business processes. You assign the demand managers, who contribute to defining demand and who can consult demand information. One thing is certain, all users look at the single version of the truth. The goal of Binocs is to have not only the projects from your PLM system’s portfolio management, but also the smaller initiatives and routine activities all under one roof.

  1. 1. Structure demand
  2. 2. Manage capacity
  3. 3. Manage services
  4. 4. Analysis
  5. 5. Scenarios
  6. 6. Track & schedule

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