The Plexosoft Disaster Project Management System is a Cloud-based, easily customizable system that allows for rapid deployment and implementation of large-scale project management and disaster recovery repair programs.

PlexoSoft was developed and perfected from lessons learned on over $15 billion in disaster programs with over 500,000 projects. The system is completely customizable and requires no rewriting of code to adapt to the requirements of individual disaster recovery programs. Key to the system is the ability to easily change the workflow processes, business rules, user roles, and form design. This is critical in not only standing up a new program with customized requirements but also in changing the system for policy changes and other requirements.

The inability of an IT system to meet program requirements and to change with those requirements is one of the largest issues in management of large fast-paced disaster programs. For that reason, PlexoSoft was designed to be extremely flexible and customizable starting with the program workflow as its base.

Facilitating the Inspection Process

In addition to project data, Plexosoft maintains all inspection data for damage assessments and inspections during the disaster recovery process. This data is collected using the iPlexos Field Data collection platform. iPlexos works on tablets, iPhones, and androids and collects and stores this data on a secure cloud server. Damage assessments and inspections are assigned to inspectors through this system and Inspectors submit completed assessments and inspections once completed.


Plexosoft Reporting Engine (PRE)

The Plexosoft Reporting Engine (PRE) was developed to generate real-time dashboard reporting and analytics on data collected from various programs. The PRE seamlessly integrates existing data from a variety of data sources to provide customized dashboard reports which are accessed online and tailored specifically to individual functional groups and management teams. Driving the PRE is the Plexos Data Layer Plugin (DLP), a middleware solution that aggregates data from various data sources into its customized reporting engine utilizing Data Transformation Services (DTS) packages, web scraping, APIs, and other tools. The PRE also easily integrates with commercial Business Intelligence tools including Tableau/Power BI to produce visual appealing reports. The PRE is currently providing detailed dashboard reporting on disaster recovery damage assessment and recovery projects for various disasters across the United States.

Key PlexoSoft Features and Functionality:

  • Supports an individual project management approach
  • Customizable estimating and approvals routing
  • Reliable data reporting
  • Dynamic damage assessment and estimating data capture web-form rendering & user data entry validation
  • Project estimating and change order transparency
  • Customizable, template-driven notices and electronic notifications (SMS, email etc.)
  • Audit trail for all data changes
  • Database-driven business logic configuration & dynamic project data collection requirements based on predefined conditions
  • Integration with field data collection for Disaster Recovery Infrastructure and Housing Damage Assessments

Case Studies:

  • For the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), established and managed the material receiving, warehousing, tracking, and distribution system of medical supplies at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans in support of the state of Louisiana’s COVID-19 response.

  • For the Virgin Islands Housing Finance Agency (VIHFA), provided supply chain management services to the United States Virgin Islands for the FEMA STEP program resulting from Hurricane Irma.

  • For the New York City Housing Recovery Office Superstorm Sandy Project, facilitated data management including project status, QA/QC, construction inspections, change orders, requests for information and other data with real-time dashboards and drill-down reports.

  • For the Restore Louisiana Program , designed an Oracle-based claims management system and built the reporting architecture to generate executive dashboards from different data sources in real-time.

  • For the Deepwater Horizon Economic and Property Damage Settlement Program, identified $1.23 billion in eligible projects within the first six months of the settlement program.

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