Earned Schedule   Earned Schedule - An extension to Earned Value Management

Each of the sources identified below include Earned Schedule within their Earned Value Management application and analysis tool.  Detail information concerning tool capability, availability and pricing, can be obtained from the web sites and contacts identified.


Kym Henderson’s EVM – ES set of project management spreadsheets
  • Provides graphical output and analysis capability for variance, indexes and forecasting
  • Available upon request through email: kym.henderson@gmail.com

Project Flight Deck, www.projectflightdeck.com

EVENGINE – Project Control software from Supertech Project Management:
  • Comprehensive Earned Value Performance Management, including Earned Schedule
  • EVENGINE is an add-on for Microsoft Excel
  • Uses scheduling data from Microsoft Project and Primavera
  • Additional information is available at www.evengine.net
  • 30-Day no obligation evaluation contact EVPM@suptec.us

  • Performance management add-in compatible with Project 2007 & 2010
  • Comprehensive coverage of Earned Value metrics, including Earned Schedule
  • More than 90 built-in charts and reports
  • Information and a free trial are available at: www.bespokesg.com

PEMS – A Cloud-based Integrated Construction Project Management Software
  • Manage the entire project delivery life cycle of scope definition, cost estimating, work plan schedule, project performance, final cost forecasting, completion date forecasting, invoicing, status reports, and close-out.
  • Track productivity, efficiency, and margins by deliverables because, as an example, it is more effective to control 20 deliverables or 200 work packages than to control 2,000 or 20,000 activities.
  • It has a simple, flexible, and collaborative interface that integrates with MS Excel to handle construction projects of any type, size, or complexity.

PEMS comes with a 30-day free trial. For more information and to download our e-Book, please visit:  https://www.pems.io/

VPA - ScrumSmart

Earned Schedule - Abacus

Free, under Creative Commons license 3.0, MS Excel tool, created in Brazil by Paulo André de Andrade (pandre@techisa.srv.br) with the help of Floriano Salvaterra (floriano@engha.com.br).

  • Selectable Brazilian-Portuguese and English languages. User manuals in both idioms.
  • User friendly, no macros, the tool delivers all EVM and ES indicators and indexes.
  • Ability to provide recommendation for action to managers based on CPI and SPI(t).
  • Capable of easy curve (graphic) comparison of up to 4 different ES elements.
  • The tool is downloadable at the link ES-Abacus.

Add-on for Microsoft Project 2003

Management-Technologies  EVM Analytics
  • Analysis capabilities – identification of data anomalies / Earned Schedule / statistical forecasting of CPI, SPI(t) and outcomes for both cost and schedule / determining when re-baselining is advantageous / ascertaining when project recovery is impossible / -as well as – traditional EVM analysis
  • User’s manual available free of charge
  • 120 day trial version free of charge
  • Operational software download price $175
  • More information at link: http://www.mgmt-technologies.com/EVM%20Analytics.html

Encore Analytics, https://www.encore-analytics.com/index.html
  • Only browser-based analytical tool
  • Integrates earned value, schedule, work authorization, and other key performance data day trial version free of charge
  • Enables proactive management of complex projects

Project Tracker


Project Tracker is software that creates S-Curves and Earned Value Reports from Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project

  • Provides Earned Value graphing and reporting including Earned Schedule and Earned Duration
  • CPI and SPI trend graphs
  • Create S Curves based on duration, resource or cost
  • Free 30-day trial available at www.willmer.co.uk
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