We care about performance, reliability and security and so the OrbitQ system is built entirely using Oracle technologies.

Engage all your stakeholders
But we are not just technology geeks: we also understand the importance of ensuring that all stakeholders are fully engaged and able to participate throughout the planning and execution phases.
From experience, the majority of delivery teams feel most comfortable using Excel to define the activities they will perform. So, rather than insist upon use of a complicated front-end with a steep learning curve, OrbitQ allows delivery teams to play to their strengths: runbooks are defined using Excel (or any other spreadsheet) and then uploaded to the system. OrbitQ does all the heavy lifting to produce the consolidated end-to-end plan.

A simple interface for occasional users
This focus on the human element doesn’t stop with building the plan.
We understand the importance of leveraging information, and making that accessible to all users.
OrbitQ’s interface is intuitive to use, and simple to navigate.

Powerful features for experienced users
More powerful features are made available to experienced users, in particular to your Command & Control teams.
Extensive reporting (tabular and graphical) is offered, as is the ability to perform impact analysis, in-flight reforecasting, resource planning, baseline comparisons, and more.

Tailored to your company
OrbitQ is highly configurable, without the need for any bespoke coding.
Your local administrators are able to define reports, amend processes and presentation logic, and even the terminology used throughout the system to suit your needs and preferences.

You can choose to host the OrbitQ system entirely within your own estate, or use a third-party host such as Rackspace, MaxApex, or Enciva.