It isn't long before even the best project plan is rendered obsolete by new realities. And in an environment of shared resources and common strategic goals, the impact can spread like a virus. To succeed, organizations must apply collaborative tools and practices that go beyond planning and bring enterprise-wide project execution to the forefront.
The Program and Portfolio Management Maturity Model is an effective tool for organizations to quickly decide what PPM improvements they should make to enhance their organizations' abilities to optimize investments, execute big changes and deliver value.
The Standish Group's "CHAOS Summary 2009" report shows a marked decrease in IT project success rates, with 32 percent of all projects succeeding. It's one thing to know that 68 percent of all IT projects don't succeed.
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Introduces Advanced Scheduling Engine, Business Intelligence Capabilities and Drag & Drop Workplans
Bedford, MA–December 10, 2013–Project.net Inc., the leader in Open Source collaborative Project Management and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) today released Version 9.4 of Project.net™.
1st Open Source Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Solution Included in Market Scope
Bedford, Ma. — May 14, 2013 — Project.net Inc., the leader in collaborative Project Management and Portfolio Management (PPM), has been included by Gartner, Inc. in its "MarketScope for IT Project and Portfolio Management Software Applications" research report. Project.net provides organizations with an enterprise-grade, customizable and robust alternative to expensive and proprietary monolithic applications.