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AIM (Action Items Manager)

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AIM - Action Items Manager AIM - Action Items Manager

AIM (Action Items Manager) is a web-based application that allows the creation, allocation, monitoring and tracking of Action Items (AIs) and their associated information across small and large project teams alike. Each Action Item (AI) can be allocated to an Actionee and multiple Contributors, who can access and contribute to the Action Items progress, completion and closure via the web, in accordance to security permissions. Each AI enables all those involved to collaborate via a thread-based discussion capability which enables additional information to be provided in the form of video, images or documentation attachments.

As an added value, AIM functions as project actions dashboard, as it monitors and reports on all the workflow actions created by other ECLIPSE suite modules (Document Configuration & Change Management, Review Items of Discrepancy and EEE applications). The AIM application provides its users with a centralised and global access point to all existing actions within a specific project environment.

The AIM application is used by several mission and project teams at the European Space Agency (ESA).

Core Features

  • ECSS Compliance
  • Email notifications and reminders
  • Workflow enabled Action Item Management
  • Action discussion thread
  • Automatic record retention
  • Web-based action item (AI) management
  • Interface with other applications
  • Management of Action Items Lists
  • Multi attachments and files capability

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