SSI Schedule Risk Analysis
SSI’s Schedule Risk Assessment (SRA) Tools allow you to enter a range of durations for each task from best case to worst case (with a task’s current remaining duration considered most likely), then pick some key events that are driven by those tasks and see the likelihood of meeting their scheduled dates.
SSI’s Schedule Risk Assessment (SRA) Tools allow you to enter a range of durations for each task from best case to worst case (with a task’s current remaining duration considered most likely), then pick some key events that are driven by those tasks and see the likelihood of meeting their scheduled dates
Meet the SRA requirement for proposals and the Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR).
Generate a live Excel table and graph of date probabilities for SRA milestones based on duration ranges you set for tasks in a schedule.
Check each SRA event’s sensitivity to the duration ranges set for tasks in the schedule. Use the sensitivity analysis to find tasks having the most potential to accelerate or delay SRA events.
Learn About the Other SSI Tools for Microsoft Project
Show All Tasks Button
Click this button to clear all sorting, filters, and groups and expand all levels of the Work Breakdown Structure.
Post Task Status
Ensure valid status of tasks with SSI’s Post Task Status form. Invalid dates (projected dates before or actual dates after the current project status date) are shown in yellow to remind you to address their status.
Change remaining resource assignment values while keeping dates as they are. No need to constantly change task type from Fixed Duration/Work/Units while estimating remaining resource values for in-progress tasks.
Adjust Task End Date
Pick a date from a simple calendar pop-up and have SSI Tools calculate how much to increase or decrease a task’s duration to reach that date – without adding date constraints.
Open Watchlist Tools
The SSI Watchlist is useful for tracking variances on key items in one section of a schedule as you are working in another section of a schedule. Each time you make a change in the schedule that has the potential to cause a variance to the key milestones, you can click Check for Variances to see if any of your changes has caused a schedule variance relative to the dates you are tracking.
The toolbox is a collection of useful time saving features anyone who works with Microsoft Project will want. Features such as: Adding common predecessors or successors to selected tasks, adding common prefixes or suffixes to text data, replacing text with different values, making text proper case, etc.
Cobra & MPM Bridge Tools
SSI Tools includes two "bridge" tools to generate import files (transaction files) for schedule integration with Deltek MPM™ or Deltek Cobra™ - two popular Earned Value Management tools.
SSI’s EVM bridge tools solve the problem of “fiscal period” reporting by letting you define your own reporting calendar rather than using standard calendar weeks or months.
Open Example Project
SSI Tools is packaged with an example project that you can use as a playground to try out and learn all of your SSI Tools.
SSI Tools Help
Gain access to SSI's knowledge base. Here you will find detailed information on each tool, and exactly how to use them.
Check for Updates
Check to make sure you are always on the latest version of SSI Tools by checking for updates. Set update preferences, and be notified of new updates automatically.
Use this tool to copy resource assignments from one task and paste them on others. You can paste them on a single task or multiple!
SSI QBD Tools
Quantifiable Backup Data (QBD) is often required on schedules adhering to Earned Value requirements on any tasks that have long baseline durations. Tracking and managing QBD on each task can be quite the hassle, and auditors often want to see a task's accompanying QBD. With the SSI QBD Tools, you will be able to assign, track, and status QBD steps with just a few clicks.