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Demonstrations and Downloads

Please use the registration form below to access both demonstrations and downloads.  We never pass any details to anyone.  Everything is free as well.


1. LM3 LIVE For large projects that need to generate impact measurement from the start but also be able to change anything anytime.


1. Live module overview - brief explanation and a full list of what data you will need to run the module.

2. Predictive module overview - brief explanation and how to use it as part of a tender submission

3. Our new step by step guide to implementing LM3 (historic)

4. See an example report of an LM3 exercise (historic) as produced by the system

5. A data upload template to see what data you need about your suppliers

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What you get!

LM3 Live Demo

The demonstration presets a local area for you, but after that you can do whatever you like. Change budgets, upload new suppliers, change values, even email yourself the reports.  Every time you make a change you are able to see the impact on the new dashboard and the improved results area

Lm3Online Live has been developed specifically for use from project start right through to completion. This is particularly useful for large scale projects that last over years. The new dashboard allows you to see at a glance exactly what the status of the project is at all times. The dashboard shows exactly what stage of the project you have reached, what the budget situation is, and the economic impact of the project. This is now calculated and extrapolated to the end of the project for you automatically. With this is an entirely new box that shows how much confidence you can have in the data. Finally if you or your client wishes you can also set up a target for measuring direct spending impacts, and this is shown as well.