Manage project performance - Intergraph Smart Materials - Version 2016 R4 (8.4.0) - Help - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Materials Help (2016 R4)

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2016 R4 (8.4)

On the Project Performance tab, you can view and edit the company's project performance.

The Project Performance tab is only enabled if you select a supplier.

What is a supplier?

In Smart Materials, a supplier is a company that has a company type assigned which is marked as supplier.

  1. Click the Companies task on the dashboard or select Companies from the Tasks list.

  2. Select a supplier.

  3. Click Project Details and Performance and click Project Performance.

    For the selected supplier, the overall rating is displayed. Additionally, all approved agreements are listed that are assigned to the supplier.

  4. To edit the supplier performance for an agreement, click Rating Details.

    A dialog opens where the available evaluation groups are displayed.

    You can only edit performance ratings for agreements of the selected project. Additionally, you must be the buyer of the agreement, or you have the EVAL ALL SUPPLIERS privilege.

  5. Click Rating and select a value.

    Alternatively, select the appropriate star to rate the performance.

    To remove a rating, select the empty value from the Rating list.

  6. Optionally, type a comment in the Explanation Text cell.

    You can only add a comment if a rating is entered.

  7. When all ratings are entered for all evaluation groups, click Save.

    The rating for the selected agreement is calculated and displayed.

    How is the agreement rating calculated?

    The rating of each agreement is calculated as follows:

    1. The sum of the weight factors of all performance criteria (covering all performance evaluation groups) with a score > 0 (zero) is calculated.

    2. The number of performance evaluation groups assigned to the supplier is determined.

    3. The total of the weight factors (step1) is divided by the number of groups (step 2).

    4. The total of each score multiplied with its weight factor is calculated and divided by the total of the weight factors determined in step 3.

    5. Finally, the agreement rating is determined: The value calculated in step 4 is divided by the number of groups (step 2), and this result is divided by 5.

    For example, two evaluation groups are assigned to the agreement, with these items, weight factors and ratings:

    Evaluation Group

    Item

    Weight Factor

    Rating

    EG1

    EG1-A

    20

    4

    EG1

    EG1-B

    30

    5

    EG1

    EG1-C

    50

    3

    EG2

    EG2-A

    60

    4

    EG2

    EG2-B

    40

    5

    Step 1-3: (20+30+50+60+40)/2=100

    Step 4: (4*20 + 5*30 + 3*50 + 4*60 + 5*40)/100 = 8,20

    Step 5: 8,20/(2*5) = 0,82