In an increasingly competitive business environment, success depends upon your ability to manage every project well, keeping them on time, within scope and budget, and aligned with business goals. However, the ever-changing environment is making it trickier for those seeking to establish higher control and visibility over their projects initialization, selection and execution as well as resources utilization.So, crucially, what can help bridge the gap between issues, corporate goals, and the technology required to deliver the desired results?
We've got the answer for you: Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2013. It is ideal for project portfolio selection, budget and resource allocation, strong coordination and standardization between projects and project managers, centralized resource management, and higher-level reporting about projects and resources. Implementing EPM 2013 Solution ensures strategic management of business and IT priorities, investments, and projects across the enterprise. With its implementation, our objective will be to take full advantage of the synergies across your enterprise architecture, portfolio management, and project management office disciplines to get maximum strategic value and return on project investments.
Twenty years ago, project management was about managing a single project. Today, organizations are looking at their entire portfolio of projects including how they depend on one another. Microsoft EPM helps you:
Microsoft Enterprise Project Management Solution 2013, this flexible, end-to-end Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) platform is used by organizations across a broad variety of industries to automate primary PPM processes. When looking at all the added benefits, it's really not hard to see why:
Now more than ever, executives are being challenged to "do more with less", therefore they are being judicious about where they spend their money and how they allocate resources. Microsoft's EPM solution, with its numerous benefits, helps organizations select and deliver the right projects, reduce costs, as well as drive efficiencies - ultimately planting the seeds and enabling the business to grow.
"Corporate programs that are not managed by an EPM function are often poorly executed. But, with a program management function in place, the success rate is much higher"
"While there are numerous vendors offering enterprise project management software, going with Microsoft is easier because of its familiar look and feel"
"One of the biggest benefits of selection Microsoft Project 2013 as a solution will be the visibility and insight the customer will gain on all their projects,"
"All in all, Microsoft Project Server 2013 is the best EPM software"