Project portfolio management platforms are becoming a catalyst for wholesale process change across multiple industries. PPM breaks down the walls between the back office, executives, customers and project teams, bringing in input from across the enterprise to achieve project and delivery success. Here, four PPM technology leaders share thoughts on the evolution and future of PPM.
Cloud-based Project Portfolio Management (PPM) platforms are changing the way organizations manage and track projects, collaborate, and integrate their back office application. The best of these systems give executives and other senior management a holistic view into the health of their project portfolios through all phases of the life cycle, while providing project leaders and team members information about the progress of their work that can be easily understood and acted upon.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Dean Carlson, CEO of Viewpath; Liz Pearce, CEO of LiquidPlanner; Eric Morgan, CEO of AtTask; and Louise Allen, VP of product management and solutions marketing for Planview, to pick their brains about the current state of PPM, the latest innovations, and what the future of PPM holds.
Today, PPM is moving out of being strictly an IT practice and growing in other parts of the business, especially sales and marketing. PPM is already becoming the “glue&
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