Extract Vital Project Management Information for Reports from Large Amounts of Data

Reports are the result of Business Intelligence (BI). In project management, these reports have to provide the right information for the right people in a meaningful and efficient way to enable them to control projects well.

The reporting process is the backbone of project control. It systematizes regular communication within projects. However, it is important to ensure the reporting is in line with the processes and the organization of the individual company: the project team requires other reports than the project managers, resource providers / heads of department, portfolio decision-makers or management.


Automated Microsoft Project Reports for Better Reporting

  • Time saving thanks to automated reports
  • Comprehensible and reliable reporting process
  • Shorter reporting cycles
  • Enhanced reaction time in the case of negative project developments

TPG Strengths in Business Intelligence and Reporting

TPG is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. For many years, we have contributed valuable expertise in reporting with all important Microsoft technologies.

1. Reporting Data from Project Management and ERP Systems

For years, TPG has been integrating project management systems with ERP systems. Create integrated system reports at the click of a mouse. Data from both systems appear in one report for easy analysis and sharing. 

2. Dynamic Creation of PowerPoint Presentations

Create dynamic reports directly in your company PowerPoint template. The required data are automatically pulled from Microsoft Project Server / Project Online, the ERP system or other databases. This works even for interactive PowerPoint slides.

3. Analyzing Historical Trends

By capturing reports in one system, you can easily compare historical and current data at the click of a mouse. Analyze trends for cost, schedule and resource utilization.


“For our PMO staff, the more detailed possibilities of the new Microsoft Project Reports solution are an efficient tool – especially the analysis down to the task level.”

Katharina Fiedler, PMO, Münchener Verein Versicherungsgruppe