Posted by Gioacchino Gaudioso 02.05.11


Denso Thermal Systems SpA Awards Project Objects Contract for Resources & Costs Management

Denso choose ProjectObjects to optimise projects, costs and resources on a Global basis. 

Project Objects, a leading international provider of software, consultancy and best practice expertise for Enterprise Project & Portfolio Intelligence Management (PPM) announces today that it has received a contract from Denso Thermal Systems to deploy its PPM solution globally.  

Denso was looking to optimise the flow of resource allocation and reporting of their various cost centres and collect in a timely manner the internal and external costs associated with each project. Cost controllers wanted a tool to monitor R&D projects in terms of costs and hours.  In addition, the Client expressed the need to accurately identify the allocation of resources and costs for customers in order to carry out performance analysis on various clients.  The tools in use, mainly Excel sheets, did not allow an integrated view to be used as a basis of analysis.  

“After evaluating many solutions we decided on Project Objects as they met all of our requirements; a single integrated solution to manage all projects, costs and resources.  The ease of use and the ability to configure the solution to meet the specific needs of our many different project managers across the business was also critical,” said Pasquale Mondill, Project Manager.

About Denso Thermal Systems
DENSO Thermal Systems designs, develops, manufactures and sells air-conditioning systems, engine cooling systems, heat exchangers, radiators and compressors for cars, commercial and industrial vehicles and also for tractors, earth moving machinery, buses etc. It is also active in designing and assembling integrated cockpit and front-end modules for cars.

DENSO Thermal Systems S.p.A. supplies the major automotive manufacturers as Alfa Romeo, di, Citroën, Ferrari, Fiat, General Motors, Iveco, Lancia, Maserati, Mitsubishi, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Saab, Scania, Seat, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo together with Caterpillar.