Designed for core functional processes of works planning, procurement and maintenance in public works organizations

The Public Works Information Management System (PWIMS®) is a web-based commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) application for managing all the core functional processes across the project lifecycle including budgeting, cost estimations, financial & technical approvals, e-tendering, contract management, project monitoring and contractor billing.

PWIMS® aims to replace the existing manual system of paper based working and facilitate the public works organizations to function in a transparent and efficient manner coupled with effective monitoring and control over the projects. It automates the Works Management functions ranging from budgeting to final completion. This in-turn improves the business processes and resolves the bottlenecks in the existing system.

PWIMS® overview:

PWIMS® MIS Report

 

PWIMS® advantages:

Improved productivity

  • Alignment of roles to workflows and processes.
  • Shifting emphasis from tasks to outcomes.
  • Integrating all functions across the organization.

Effective usage of limited resources

  • Automating standard processes significantly reduces paper-based manual work.
  • Generating and tracking documentation throughout the life cycle.
  • Leveraging single source of data.

Increased visibility and intelligence

  • Consolidating information from various points in the works procurement cycle.
  • Providing both operational business intelligence and management insights.

Improved compliance and accountability

  • Automating approvals by designated authorities and maintaining an audit trail of all changes.
  • Enforcing standardization through templates and promoting best practices.

Who is it for?

PWIMS® was developed based on the needs of organizations engaged in the works, procurement and maintenance of infrastructure assets like roads, buildings, bridges, water works, and more. These organizations include:

  • State- and country-level Public Works
    Departments.
  • Housing Development Boards.
  • Electricity Boards.
  • Infrastructure Development Corporations.
  • Municipal Corporations (Works
    Management Departments).
  • Urban Development Authorities.
  • Irrigation Departments.
  • Public Sector Units (PSUs) with own works
    management organizations.
  • Border Roads organizations.
  • National Highway Authorities.
  • Defense Engineering Divisions.
  • Irrigation and Water Works Departments.
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