Migrating Microsoft Project Server the Right Way
Achieving Your Goals with a Structured Approach – Securely
Microsoft Project Server 2013 is the fifth generation of the Microsoft Enterprise Project Management solution and has been available since January 2013. Project Server functions have been seamlessly embedded in Microsoft SharePoint technology since the 2007 version.
Multi-project management requires a very stable and powerful infrastructure based on programmability and scalability. The 2013 version comes with several new functions to help facilitate this. Like version 2010, it also offers integrated portfolio management.
The Right Approach to Achieving Productivity and Data Quality
Migrating existing Microsoft Project Server systems to a current version is the only way to fully benefit from the new features. This is often an extremely complex task and must be planned and carried out methodically. Such an approach helps ensure that the system will be productive again quickly and that the quality of the imported data has been maintained.
Experience and a Methodical Approach Make All the Difference
You will find that TPG The Project Group is a reliable partner for the migration of Microsoft Project Server systems. We have many years of experience in migrating EPM systems.
TPG’s migration approach has been designed with a structured implementation process in mind. It gives our customers the highest level of assurance that data quality will be maintained. It also ensures the most efficient implementation of the migration itself.
The development of TPG’s migration approach was based on the migration guidelines provided by Microsoft and completed by our specialists’ many years of practical experience.
Seven Key Steps to Ensuring Success
The method comprises seven phases: planning; requirement analysis; system setup; test migration; pilot migration, production migration; and operation/further development.
Click here to download the TPG Migration Method (PDF).