Moovila product overview
Moovila is an AI-powered work management platform that connects work and people and has the capabilities to eliminate risk and accelerate execution. It models and manages workflows while seamlessly integrating real-life capacity and schedules of the people and resources delivering the work.
Moovila has a built-in project manager that allows entire work ecosystems to integrate the same data on a single platform with a clear visual path and project productivity scoring.
Pros of Moovila
- Moovila’s technology builds in project management best practices and critical path algorithms to consistently deliver accurately forecasted project outcomes. Its proprietary Critical Path Engine digitally programs projects by collecting the data needed to forecast timelines and then assists in building properly structured schedules and eliminating project risks.
- The platform provides real-time monitoring of potential risk factors including hidden bottlenecks, late tasks, financial impact, and resource interdependencies.
Cons of Moovila
- Limited number of languages beyond English supported today
- Might be overkill if you just want simple task management
Breakdown of core features
Moovila provides features that are designed to eliminate human error from project management:
Project integrity index score (mPIX)
The platform has an objective and best practices-based risk scoring tool that assesses projects for hidden risks.
It has a project debugger that provides users of any level a clear and actionable visualization of a project’s structural flaws, giving insight into potential future bottlenecks.
Critical path visualization
Moovila offers a comprehensible and accurate, at-a-glance insight into a project’s status based on dependencies, making the path to the expected delivery date more obvious and workable than a Gantt chart.
Moovila’s AI-project coach and analyst, Carmen, guides the user through issue remediation, offering real-time micro-learning at each step.
(Last updated on 05/17/2021 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)