HP Announces Project and Portfolio Management 9.2
HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) 9.2 addresses your organizations’ need for a comprehensive IT business alignment investment views across both traditional and agile projects. New features and benefits include:
- Revamped user interface and new mobile time management that will increase user adoption throughout the enterprise
- Embedded project quality reports from your HP Quality Center or ALM environments for complete visibility into project status
- Integration with HP’s Agile Manager consolidates traditional and agile project investments and status into one place
See what our beta customers have been saying about PPM 9.2.
Only HP provides the out of box integration of performance data from the entire IT landscape into the IT data model. This is the backbone that drives the IT business alignment strategy; planning and governance process across the IT organization and at the same time provides transparency across the enterprise about technology performance and technology value to the business.
Gather metrics from IT systems to build KPIs, and give senior management scorecards and dashboards that help them gain business insights and that show the value of IT.
Project and Portfolio Management
Give executives and PMOs a view into demand, in-flight projects, finances, resource utilization, and programs to align investments with business goals. reduce time to market, and improve returns.
Application Portfolio Management
Assess and prioritize your application portfolio and decide what to keep, what to retire, and what to modernize based on business goals—then provide ongoing application governance.
IT Financial Management
Take a holistic approach—built on years of best practices—automating and simplifying the gathering and reporting of financial data.
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