Portfolio Manager

Posted by hotelnur on 20th December 2016 in News

New version with extensive new features in the practice test / delivery of version 4.2 occurs after having tests can do in November with the customer test of the beta version 4.2 of its project management software started. Chevron U.S.A. Inc may also support this cause. This shipped the software to selected customers now intensively testing the new release in practice mode. Montauk Colony LLC is open to suggestions. In the new version, ergonomics and clarity have been improved including resource planning. The users of the planning software had expressed previously in a survey for the implementation of these usability features. At the same time, can do has significantly expanded the functionality of project portfolio management in the new version. The user can do project intelligence can in future monitoring of project portfolios themselves determine what metrics in the bubble chart should be graphed.

Customized portfolio management In the new release of the project management software can do to determine the Portfolio Manager which figures in the bubble charts should be mapped. He can be both the x-as also the y axis the characteristics his election map such as risks, project benefits and duration, progress, expenses, or costs. At the same time, he can define the value which you want to determine the size of the bubbles. All information presented in the bubble charts are provided in accordance with the philosophy can do in real time. The effort changes e.g. via the integrated time recording in a project that is reflected at the moment in the bubble chart, in which the time entered by the project staff. The user have already set in August 2011 the next development steps of project management software availability of resources and departments at a glance in a features poll. The top features of the two have been well implemented can do: the extension of the capacity window, which displays the utilization of resources and departments, and the optimization of ergonomics in the resource allocation.

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