Active Workspace 3.4 Schedule Manager Improvements

Active Workspace 3.4 Schedule Manager Improvements

With every release of Active Workspace, Siemens PLM keeps adding more enhanced capabilities for Schedule Manager process execution, Active Workspace 3.4  is no exception.

The most exciting Schedule Manager process execution improvement in Active Workspace 3.4 is the ability to perform a “what-if analysis”.  What-if analysis mode enables project managers to experiment on a live schedule without impacting it . This is like working with the schedule in a “sandbox” environment to perform changes  to the tasks without committing them to the production database.  This helps project managers to determine how various schedule component changes may affect the outcome of the schedule, before actually committing the changes to the schedule. Once they are satisfied with the changes,  they can promote and commit the changes to the schedule. If they are not satisfied with the outcome of the changes, then they can choose to discard the analysis.

There are also enhancements to make the Schedule Manager tool usage easier .  Now users can change the Gantt timescale using the zoom in/out feature. They can add and remove schedule deliverables, assign multiple schedule tasks to one team member using multi-select mode, add multiple tasks quickly and easily by pinning the ‘Add schedule task’ panel and also manually launch workflow on a task. These advances in schedule authoring provide project managers and coordinators greater ease and flexibility in schedule definition and maintenance.

Pradeep Peter

Pradeep Peter

PLM Solutions Architect at Tata Technologies
Pradeep Peter is a PLM Solution Architect for our Business Development team with ten plus years of PLM Industry experience. He was part of our Teamcenter PLM Delivery team for five years before moving to the business development team. In his delivery role he successfully led the PLM initiatives of our customers from various industry verticals including Automotive OEMs and suppliers, Medical devices, Oil & Gas and Hi-Tech.He and his team have multiple Tata Technologies Project of the quarter awards to their credit.

Prior to joining Tata he played multiple roles in the area of PLM implementation and sustainment for Aviation, Transportation, Energy and Oil & Gas divisions of one of the world’s largest Engineering conglomerate company. He has a Master of Engineering degree in Product Design & Commerce along with a bachelor degree in Mechanical engineering. He also has various industry trainings and certifications including Six Sigma Green belt from GE Aircraft Engines.
Pradeep Peter

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Pradeep Peter

Pradeep Peter

PLM Solutions Architect at Tata Technologies
Pradeep Peter is a PLM Solution Architect for our Business Development team with ten plus years of PLM Industry experience. He was part of our Teamcenter PLM Delivery team for five years before moving to the business development team. In his delivery role he successfully led the PLM initiatives of our customers from various industry verticals including Automotive OEMs and suppliers, Medical devices, Oil & Gas and Hi-Tech.He and his team have multiple Tata Technologies Project of the quarter awards to their credit.

Prior to joining Tata he played multiple roles in the area of PLM implementation and sustainment for Aviation, Transportation, Energy and Oil & Gas divisions of one of the world’s largest Engineering conglomerate company. He has a Master of Engineering degree in Product Design & Commerce along with a bachelor degree in Mechanical engineering. He also has various industry trainings and certifications including Six Sigma Green belt from GE Aircraft Engines.
Pradeep Peter