To provide a single pane of glass for the work done across disparate teams, Planview announced a strategic partnership with Tasktop to expand their Agile Scaler offering. Now, organizations can aggregate the work of various teams into a portfolio and assess status and the financial impact to business objectives and analyze dependencies across different teams.
Through either a program or Agile Release Train view, customers are equipped with data to aid decision making at the portfolio level. Regardless of methodology – Agile, hybrid, or project delivery – this development intends to provide leadership with visibility to drive actions to remedy failure, course correct in-flight projects or sprints, and take stock of the current state.
This strategic partnership covers go-to market, product delivery, and customer success.
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Source: Planview Enterprise, SoftwareReviews, Accessed January 29, 2020
Source: SoftwareReviews Project Portfolio Management, Report Published February 2019
Success of project portfolio management hangs on the organization’s ability to reconcile the project demand with resource supply through clear and consistent reporting from the agile team up to the portfolio. Individuals accountable for portfolio management must make a compelling call to action to the executive layer of the organization to align with strategic objectives, meet stakeholder needs, and acquire the necessary resources to execute.