Projects are managed and tracked using many types of applications. For example you might use Primavera P6 or Microsoft Project to manage the schedule, Excel to estimate the cost, SAP to track actual costs to date, and Microsoft Word or PowerPoint for status updates. So users use the right tools for whatever artefacts they’re working on. However, this can create scattered data and data sources that hinders the ability to access real-time and accurate project data.
In this session Laith Adel from EPM Partners will explain and demonstrate how their project portfolio management (PPM) solution, pmo365 – built on Microsoft Power Platform – enables users to choose the right tool for the right project artefact, and the ability to access all data in real-time without having to manually query it or manually copy it to a reporting area