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Cora for Government
Cora's solution for Government Project Management software requirements consolidates all information required to make better-informed decisions, budgetary adjustments, service changes and project prioritization.
Helping Government Agencies to deliver successful Digital Transformation Programs
Cora’s solution for Government Project Management software requirements provides central government departments and local authorities with a solution that manages their project portfolios, costs of projects and resourcing from a single web–based platform.
It pulls together project information, real time financial information, spatial (GIS) data and can fully integrate with many other systems. By examining these components, the user can make informed business decisions around budgetary adjustments, service changes and even project prioritization.
“The Cora system is so adaptable. We can get information effectively and easily, which allows us to intervene at an early stage if there’s a problem with delivery of the project.”
John MonkDesign Services, Lincolnshire County Council
“The implementation and use of Cora PPM has been a significant step forward in enabling us to record, control and manage the portfolio of projects in Technology and Change. We now have several other area of the organisation interested in using it to manage their own projects.”
Andrew WhittakerEnterprise Architect, NYCC
“If you can’t assure your Board, you can’t assure the regulator. Cora helps us assure our Board.”
Ifti MajidChief Executive Officer, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Cora is a worldwide leader in providing enterprise project and portfolio management solutions to global organizations and government agencies. We give users from project management to C-level the control, governance and insight to make better decisions. Every day, over €20 billion worth of projects are managed on our platform, supporting hundreds of thousands of users around the globe. We’re headquartered in Ireland, with regional offices in Dublin (Ireland) Bedford (London, UK) and San Jose (California, USA).