Change Order Management
InEight provides a comprehensive, streamlined process for managing change orders, from initial issue to final change order approval.
Explore the pages below to learn more about each step.
Identify Issue and Communicate with Stakeholders
InEight provides several ways to capture and communicate issues, whether in the office or onsite.
See the workflow below, then click on each section for more detailed process information.
I - Create an Issue
Select the topics in this section to explore the various options for capturing issues.
II - Approve an Issue
This section covers how to set up and execute issue approval.
Collect Relevant Information and Documentation
Use InEight tools to capture issue details, manage issue-related correspondence, and communicate the issue with Project Controls.
I - Add Issue Details
This section reviews how to capture and save important issue information.
II - Document Issue Correspondence
Access this session to learn how to document correspondence as the issue progresses.
Evaluate Schedule Impacts
As you track issues, the scheduler can receive notifications to consider risks, and build out a what-if schedule to include with the issue documentation.
I - Update Schedule Impact
This section reviews how to capture initial estimates of schedule impact and communicate them to the scheduler.
Price The Issue
As you receive more information, InEight includes several tools to help you calculate pricing for your issues.
I - Update Current Estimate
This section shows how you can estimate issue pricing using current estimate values in InEight Control.
II - Price the Issue
This section explores the methods available to price your issues within InEight Change.
Create Potential Change Order
If your issue looks like it may become a change order, you can use InEight Change to convert it to a Potential Change Order as you continue negotiating pricing and tracking correspondence.
I - Convert Issue to PCO
Select this section to learn how to generate a potential change order associated with your issue.
Evaluate Client Change Order
As the client agrees to the change, you can upgrade the issue or potential change order to a Client Change Order within InEight Change.
I - Convert to CCO
View this section to learn how to generate a CCO associated with an issue or PCO.
II - Create CCO Documentation
This section walks through how to generate change order documentation for internal review.
Execute Contract Changes
With the client change order reviewed and approved in your organization, you can send the final change order for signature and execute the change order.
Accept Change into Budget and Forecast
The executed change order shows up in the Changes Register within InEight Control for Project Management to review and approve. Once approved, the change updates the budget and forecast.
I - Approve Contract Adjustment
This section reviews the steps for reviewing and approving the change order to update the budget in InEight Control.
II - Review Budget and Forecast Changes
This section shows how best to view budget and forecast changes once a change order is approved.