SEER By Galorath

Why SEER Estimation Software Tools
  • The SEER estimation engines replicate real-world outcomes by combining sophisticated modeling technology with a database of industry and user-defined metrics.
  • The SEER Suite provides reliable estimates right from the start and throughout the life of the system. SEER models enable project managers, cost analysts and engineers to make timely, accurate and insightful decisions to identify, evaluate and manage the complex array of cost, labor, schedule, reliability and risk issues associated with an organization’s entire portfolio of projects.
  • The SEER models are easy to use by both technical and non-technical people and technical support is included with each product license.
  • Assess up-front project feasibility, optimize project costs and schedules, assess risks and probabilities, monitor project progress, and initiate appropriate mid-course corrections (if needed) to keep projects on track.

Estimation models available:
  • SEER for Software - Estimate effort cost, schedule for your Software Development and maintenance (waterfall, Agile, Hybrid)
  • SEER for I.T - Estimate effort, cost and schedule for IT Infrastructure and IT services projects and operations
  • SEER for Manufacturing - focuses on simulating, estimating, and optimizing process options (cost, schedule, labour, material and tooling), and can be used to model virtually any manufacturing operation
  • SEER for Hardware, Electronics, & Systems (SEER-H) - total cost of ownership estimation for mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, components and sub systems
  • SEER CostIQ - CostIQ is an expert system that applies a technique called case-based reasoning. The system maintains a database (called a case base) of past development projects, along with their associated requirements
  • SEER 3D - cost estimates directly from STEP files for your part designs.

What SEER by Galorath Does
  • Project estimates: How much will it cost? How long will it take?
  • Bid preparation: What price should we set?
  • Should-cost: Are we paying a fair price?
  • Project design: Can we optimize by altering parameters?
  • Planning: How much staff should we allocate?
  • Portfolio analysis: What’s the cost/benefit of this set of projects?
  • Total cost of ownership: Understand how much, how long and how much effort it will take to build and maintain