What is Phoenix?

phoe·nix   [fee-niks]
-noun
1. A bird in Egyptian mythology that lived in the desert for 500 years and then consumed itself by fire, later to rise renewed from its ashes.
2. a person or thing of peerless beauty or excellence; paragon.
3. a person or thing that has become renewed or restored after suffering calamity or apparent annihilation.

Phoenix is Scheduling Software Redefined

  • Phoenix is focused on project scheduling, not enterprise management.
  • Familiar, intuitive interface and simplified work processes mean less training, and lower transition costs.
  • Self-contained application and project data - no database servers or IT administrators required, and a lower cost to acquire, deploy, and maintain.
  • Import and Export to the rest of your project management ecosystem: Oracle Primavera P3, P6 & Suretrak, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project and USACE SDEF.

Phoenix is your CPM Schedule Reborn

  • Phoenix's WorkStream process helps you build a schedule that communicates the plan in a way that everyone can understand.
  • The Phoenix WorkStream network diagram allows you to schedule the way the project will be built to more easily understand the critical path.
  • Status-on-Master/Status-on-Current views let you see the status of every activity today, and how that will affect the project months from now.
  • Dozens of time-savings features and optimizations like lag-to, relate multiple, link & unlink, and storepoint comparisons to reduce the amount of time you spend scheduling instead of planning.

†Source: Dictionary.com, © Random House, Inc. 2012; The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition, © Houghton Mifflin Company 2000.