SMART Project Maps is rapidly changing how we control and deliver projects. Here’s why.

In the world of projects,

real time data by itself is useless.


The best it can do is, “here’s what just happened.” Data cannot say, “here’s when the project will be finished.”


That’s why executives and project managers have little use for official plans and systems of record. That’s why they start relying on experience and gut instead.

Sanjeev Gupta
CEO, Realization

A good way to think

about this is to imagine a

future version of Google Maps.


What if Google Maps synchronized all the drivers in a given area—directing some to leave early and take Route A, and others to leave later and take Route B? It could speed up traffic in all directions, with no additional roads. All with no hassle.

This is what SMART Project Maps does for large complex projects.


It synchronizes all your moving parts—all the drivers in the Google Maps analogy—in order to keep the project moving. It predicts when you can deliver the project. You are alerted to logjams up ahead. So you can act quickly before the problem appears.

SMART Project Maps

have been successfully used to deliver some of the most complex projects on time.


Maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft carriers, engineering and construction of 

power plants, design and manufacturing of city transit systems. Helping generate 

faster ROI and with less cost.