Program and portfolio management leaders often find that, given the complexity of their organizations’ project, program, resource and portfolio environments, they require software solutions to readily plan, organize and control it all. PPM tools can often address these needs.
What You Need to Know
- Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
- CA Technologies (CA PPM)
- Cerri (Genius Project)
- Changepoint (Changepoint PPM)
- Changepoint (Daptiv PPM)
- KeyedIn (KeyedIn Projects)
- Micro Focus (Micro Focus PPM)
- Microsoft (Microsoft Project)
- ONEPOINT Projects
- Planisware (Planisware)
- Planisware (Orchestra)
- Planview (Planview Enterprise One)
- Planview (Planview PPM Pro)
- Project Objects
- Sopheon (Accolade)
- Upland (Eclipse PPM)
- Upland (PowerSteering)
- Product/Service Class Definition
- Critical Capabilities Definition
- Project Demand Management
- Project and Time Management
- Resource Capacity Planning
- Resource Management
- Project Portfolio Management
- Project Collaboration
- Program Management
- Reporting Services
- Security and User Management
- Use Cases
- IT PPM
- Enterprisewide PPM
- Reporting PPM
- Collaborative PPM
- Critical Capabilities Rating
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