Cora PPM is robust in its capabilities, offering organizations control, governance and insight across their assets. Cora PPM was developed to provide project managers, senior executives, team members and any other applicable members of an organization with the functionality to manage their portfolios and projects. It is a comprehensive, mature and established enterprise portfolio and project management software solution that will fit any industry in both the public and private sectors.
Every day, thousands of project managers around the world use the Cora PPM platform to manage their portfolio of projects, totalling over $20 billion in value, across multiple locations, 50+ countries and thousands of users.
Cora’s 20-year history and continued investment in new technology development ensures Cora PPM has the flexibility to deliver against ever evolving PPM requirements.
A solid project intake process enables work and project requests in an organised fashion.
Projects are categorized as Run, Grow, or Transform based on strategic impact. Run projects are core internal projects to keep the existing IT infrastructure functioning. Grow projects enhance existing capabilities. Transform projects are those that deliver new core functionality that provide an advantage to an organisation. A good PPM solution helps drive the strategic direction of an organisation by applying ‘what-if’ scenarios.
Ability to provide visibility into organisational activity across projects and information to inform portfolio’s strategic direction and cost optimization.
Ability to enable efficient portfolio management, including reporting and optimization measures.
Ability to deliver on cost controls, project accounting, and portfolio cost reporting.
Ability to provide relevant resource, schedule, and analytics.
Integration mechanisms that enable team members to communicate better and work efficiently through sharing information.
Identification of risks and issues supported by mitigation strategies.
Activity list, activity attributes, activity resource requirements, resource calendars, project schedule network diagrams, activity duration estimates,
Ability to provide a programming interface for other IT applications to integrate.
Ability to host the solution both in the cloud and on-premise.
How well the solution integrates with complimentary software; such as ERP applications and e-mail systems.
Level of complexity with respect to resources, time, and technical systems.
Level of interface usability and ability to retrieve information.
Strength and depth of support network built around solution, including partners, technical community, and additional resources such as online tools.
Strength of market presence and company experience, as well as ability to continue to invest and innovate around solution.
Primarily licensing and service costs; also includes maintenance and training.
In recent posts we posed the question “Is the PMO still the right option for your strategy realization objectives?” and
DUBLIN, IRELAND — (5th January, 2021): Cora Systems, a leading provider of enterprise project and portfolio management solutions, announces today