Enterprises tend not to view project management as a holistic process. Much like the disparate systems they have in place, they see a disparate collection of issues.
They typically look to solve specific pain points with single applications. Rather than migrate an entire enterprise to a new system, they are looking to manage a problem spot and have it flow into a specific component (e.g., cost, human capital leverage, or how demand is driven) as needed. In many cases, however, the pain points are symptoms of a larger issue, and to remove them the situation must be viewed in the context of the full project life cycle. Oracle Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Cloud, part of the integrated suite that is Oracle ERP Cloud, not only does this, but it’s also built with the user in mind… solving the PPM pain points through role-based analytics, social collaboration, optimization, costing, control, and mobile solutions for today’s project team.
TransLink used K2 to automate its entire capital process, from project initiation to closure. Dynamic Management Solutions, a K2 Partner, built the initial 11 applications and provided training to TransLink staff, so they can continue to build new applications on their own.
Published By: Trimble
Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
It’s a pivotal, yet promising time in the construction industry filled with opportunity, but how do you capitalize on it? Download this eBook, Key Construction Trends Project Managers Need to Know, and learn:
• The top 10 trends driving the construction industry—and how project managers can take advantage of them
• How advancing technology, an evolving workforce, and lean construction are driving these emerging trends
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There is growing evidence that more pervasive BI and analytics have a direct impact on competitiveness. Better decision making is more important when resources become restricted during a recession, so BI and analytics projects will still appeal to management. However, justifying large capital outlays for software will be challenging unless short-term benefits can be directly correlated with the investment. As more incremental projects are undertaken, it will be important to execute these projects within the long-term strategic plan of organization wide decision management. Read an active Q&A session with Dan Vesset, IDC Program Vice President of Business Analytics on building a successful enterprise BI strategy.
Enterprise project portfolio management (EPPM) is mission critical to the oil and gas industry, which is driven by billions of dollars in capital investments. These large-scale exploration and production projects, if they fail, have an impact on the company and their share price. EPPM provides that full end-to-end capability to support the capital asset lifecycle – from planning, building & construction, operation & maintenance, to decommissioning. Read seven quick wins to lower costs and discover how to accelerate revenue.
Published By: Clarizen
Published Date: Sep 23, 2015
Read more to find out how Clarizen became the ideal solution for delivering the much-needed framework for planning and executing, and at the same time, seamlessly aligning with the collaborative manner in which the Cisco Systems wanted to manage projects and programs.
This IBM whitepaper presents facilities management solutions that utilize feature integrated processes and analytics to create smarter buildings. Facilities management solutions can help improve the effectiveness of a distributed workforce, increase facilities utilization and accelerate workplace configurations.
Integrated Workplace Management System Systems (IWMS) is gaining industry momentum, in large part, because of the increasing focus on the importance of optimized, unified management of all assets across a complex enterprise. And that certainly includes real estate, facilities, and related assets that have historically been managed in isolated domains. In this study, leading technology analyst Gartner Inc. assesses the IWMS market to determine how the field is changing, who the leading software providers are, and how IWMS solutions have evolved in new directions to better fulfill emerging demand.