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40% less time building your plan

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75% less time gathering team member expertise

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100% confidence your plan reflects reality

Chance of execution success? Infinitely better.

Plan. Repeat.

Pre-Planning, Planning, & Short Interval Planning with BASIS

Planning made easy, by design.

Planning from Start to Finish in 3 Steps


Store project knowledge including organizational standards, historical as-builts CPM schedules, and productivity rates in an organization-specific Knowledge Library. This knowledge is the catalyst for smart suggestions throughout the planning process.


Planners build a top-down deliverable-based plan with AI assistance from BASIS. Smart suggestions, stemming from the BASIS Knowledge Library, are offered during the planning process to help establish durations, costs, risks, and even the sequence in which work should be performed.


Planners can engage team members for feedback on the project plan and even delegate parts of the plan to subject matter experts. A simple markup process allows project stakeholders to tell the planner if they agree or disagree with the project plan. Planners have the ultimate decision as to what feedback is incorporated into the plan.

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Your organization's history and your team's expertise is at your fingers.

A BASIS plan is calibrated by historical knowledge & validated by experts on your team, resulting in a realistic plan for successful execution.

The only thing you have to lose are unrealistic project plans.

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The Importance of Planning during Project Execution

New White Paper

The Importance of Planning during Project Execution

In recent years, project management has shifted from being a truly linear process to more of an iterative one. Techniques such as agile planning, driven primarily by IT project management, have further endorsed the concept that planning and execution are not truly sequential.

This white paper discusses how continued planning even during project execution can overcome some of the limitations of traditional scheduling techniques. Tied to this, the topic of Short-Interval Planning is discussed in detail. 

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