5 Strategies for Implementing Project Portfolio Management Using Project Server
As a Microsoft consulting partner, Timlin runs its core business using the tools and capabilities of Office 365 and Project Server Online. All of Timlin’s project work — including project tracking, task management, resource planning, timesheet entry and project status reporting — is delivered using Project Server and SharePoint sites. Project Server has been around for a long time; however, only with recent enhancements to Project Server Online has the product evolved to the point where the long list of capabilities is getting easy enough to realize the benefits of a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solution. The challenge in using Project Server Online is not that it requires coding or extensive customizations: it’s determining the best way to configure the product to meet an organization’s requirements in a user-friendly, easy-to-understand way.
In this blog, we’ll share some learnings and insights around implementing such a PPM solution using Project Server Online – and show what this solution looked like in action for one of Timlin’s recent clients: a neighborhood health care center that needed a better way to enter, prioritize, plan a