Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

3.6 out of 5 (11 Ratings)

11 Verified Reviews

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Dependable tool for mature organizations, but room for improvement.

Implementation was well supported and after 4+ years has been a reliable product.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Implementation completed, but more difficult than expected

The solution was oversold. It required more upfront configuration and implementation effort than expected. The learning curve is steep. To date, the product has not delivered the expected benefits.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Gets the Job Done

Quick and easy. Understood what we needed and how it could help our business.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

good implementation

Good vendor partner

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Implementation wasn't bad but factor time to gather requirements and test thoroughly

We were manually doing weekly code releases. Multiple big projects consumed a lot of time and resources. We also wanted to improve security. Initially requirements documentation wasn't completely. After automation of the manual steps be sure to test thoroughly. Due to poor requirement gathering this took longer than expected.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Pilot implementation took several months longer than planned.

The process was relatively slow. More help could have been used in change management with business users.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Good Product. Easy Configuration

Good

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Easy Implementation, but needs improvement in usability

Improved user interface, Lots of nice features, but there are defects that make user uncomfortable.

HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Satisfied with overall functionalities but UI and usability needs a lot of improvement.

Satisfied with overall functionalities but UI and usability needs a lot of improvement.

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HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)

Worked well, but now is out of date.

Vendor support is good, but product is lagging industry requirements. Product is out dated.