Professional solutions for project and portfolio management (PPM) present important advantages. These include standardized processes, reduced susceptibility to errors, central data storage, faster reporting, ubiquitous access in the case of cloud solutions, improved team collaboration and more. On the other hand, using the wrong solution can result in poor acceptance, efficiency losses and high cost.
Yet, the benefits of a suitable PPM solution used correctly will quickly outweigh the disadvantages, and the everyday work of everyone involved in the project environment will become easier. How do you ensure that you are on the right track with your PPM approach?
This is where the TPG Consulting Requirements Workshop can help you find the right solution design.
For instance, the TPG Consulting Requirements Workshop will provide answers to the following questions:
This workshop will introduce you to the full range of functions of your desired PPM solution. TPG’s specialists analyze and assess your requirements and outline a clear path to your own PPM solution.
The goals of the workshop are to:
Based on the workshop, TPG will formulate a recommended course of action.
The TPG Consulting Requirements Workshop usually takes one day. The scope of the workshop includes:
The TPG Consulting Requirements Workshop can be conducted with a focus on solution design with Microsoft PPM (Project Server / Project Online / Power Platform) or Planisware as required.
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“During the preparation phase for the IT project, TPG provided us with advice that was fully customized to our needs and demonstrated which project management approaches work in a scientific environment and which don’t. Working with TPG, we were then able to quickly develop the processes required for a successful IT solution. We’re extremely impressed with their professional approach and with the solution we collaborated on together that meets our requirements.”
Birgit Kellner-Leidl, Project Manager, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY)