Since October 2019, Microsoft has been offering Project for the Web ("Project Plan 1" license), a modern and easy-to-use solution for planning and reporting simple projects. For use in a professional environment, however, some important functions are missing, starting with a functional intake process, a holistic view of a portfolio including project structure and the management of project artifacts (e.g. issues, risks, documents, etc.).
TPG now offers these essential functions as a "TPG ProjectPowerPack" package. This "out of the box" solution is fully operational in a short time.
What you get from this central TPG ProjectPowerPack solution
TPG ProjectPowerPack provides users with a central point of entry with an overview of their own project proposals and projects, as well as their personal open issues and risks. An overview of the most important key portfolio values complements the user's own data.
TPG ProjectPowerPack was developed based on Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and CDS. This solution seamlessly integrates Microsoft Project for the Web for project planning and extends it with the following features:
TPG ProjectPowerPack is installed as a package in your O365 Tenant and is quickly available after a minimal basic configuration. In the course of a joint requirements analysis, for example, categories for project artifacts, value lists for project attributes, desired languages and necessary currencies are set up.
A role-based authorization concept controls access and the required functions for the various user groups such as portfolio managers, project managers and project team members.
The licenses required on the customer side include: