Often the problem with understanding the challenges of implementing a project and portfolio management (PPM) solution is that we only consider it from the perspective of the PMO. This is short-sighted. A good PPM solution impacts the whole organization. It has a profound effect on key stakeholders in the business. Here we highlight some of the benefits that ppm software can have for different people in an organization:
Effectively align all your investments with business strategy and accelerate business transformation through the management of the investment ecosystem, enterprise capacity, and change enablement. Here’s a detailed look at how the Head of Strategy may benefit from implementing Cora PPM.
Centralized visibility of the enterprise project portfolio performance. Full alignment between strategic business objectives and projects. Reduce budget deviation and improve project success rates.
Connect strategy with execution by selecting and managing the optimum set of strategically-aligned initiatives that deliver maximum business value.
Ensure capacity is always aligned to demand. Plan your team’s project and non-project related work. Track actual time spent on tasks. Plan headcount requirements and identify which team members are over or under-allocated.
Here’s a detailed look at how a Resource Manager may benefit from implementing Cora PPM.
Many disparate IT systems are required to support projects. Each system carries a cost overhead. Project teams can get frustrated with system overload.
Project Controls is the difference between a costly, overdue project and a project delivered on time and within budget.