Financially speaking, the implementation cost of Planview Enterprise solution equated to a mere ¾ of 1% of the estimated $50 million project portfolio investment over the following five years
Canberra, Australia (PRWEB) August 12, 2009
Planview®, the leading independent provider of enterprise-wide portfolio management solutions, will speak, exhibit and sponsor PMOZ, the leading Project Management Conference in Australia, 10 - 12 August 2009. Simon Wild, Business Process Consultant, David Davis, Asia Pacfic Business Development Manager, will speak about balancing resource and financial capabilities with demand in the Effective Enterprise PMO track on Wednesday, 12 August at 13:30.
The company will also exhibit in Booth #28 of the National Convention Centre Canberra, where they will showcase a case study from Cuscal, a leading provider of wholesale and transactional banking services to specialist retail financial institutions in Australia. "Financially speaking, the implementation cost of Planview Enterprise solution equated to a mere ¾ of 1% of the estimated $50 million project portfolio investment over the following five years," said Charles Lassiter, portfolio manager at Cuscal. "The payback period was estimated at less than two years and ROI over 160%. I'd call that a strong financial return on investment."
Planview has achieved significant momentum in 2008 and 2009 within the Asia Pacific region. Tough economic conditions have seen organizations focus on ensuring that every dollar and hour spent is contributing to the right business initiatives. As a result, there has been more interest in project and portfolio management, and a sharp rise in the number of customers purchasing Planview in the past six months, particularly in state government and the financial services sectors. "In many organizations the threat of recession has sharpened the minds and desire to look at portfolio management solutions, and we are seeing a large increase in opportunities and new customers" says David Davies, Business Development Manager for Planview Asia Pacific.
About the Speakers
Simon Wild, Business Process Consultant, has more than 30 years experience in the IT industry and has managed a wide range of software development projects in Australia, Europe and North America. In 2000 Simon co-formed Xylogy, which developed software to help support process adoption and was based on his previous experience managing IT and development projects. He was involved with introducing and improving internal methodologies and formal processes like CMMi and ISO 9000. Xylogy was subsequently acquired by Planview.
David Davies, Business Development Manager for Planview has worked in the Portfolio Management space for the past 5 years and brings over 20 years experience in dealing with the challenges of bringing tough programs and projects to the market. A background of working within the IT industry that involves running European Development teams, providing eBusiness solutions and managing large international projects he brings practical, first-hand experience with a firm understanding of what many organizations need to know about Project and Portfolio Management.
About the Presentation
Traditional project management techniques alone are no longer enough to effectively manage today's fast moving, technology-oriented service organizations. To remain relevant, the PMO must go beyond project or even portfolio management to embrace changes in demand as it relates to capacity - both organizational and financial - across all types of work and throughout the enterprise. Only then can an organization achieve a total view of the people, funding, and work needed to meet objectives.
Wild and Davies will be speaking on the subject of balancing resource and financial capabilities with demand, and will discuss the basic relationships of supply and demand in an enterprise portfolio environment. Their presentation will look at how inbound demand can be managed regardless of work type, how to take a broader view of managing resource and financial capacities, and how the specific dynamics behind today's evolving business environment impacts the supply and demand equation.
- Download the new Cuscal case study to learn how the leading financial services organization is using Planview to cut costs and create efficiencies.
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- For additional information about PMO 2.0, visit Terry Doerscher's Enterprise Navigator blog.
For 20 years, Planview has been advancing the discipline of portfolio management, helping our customers change the way they manage people and money to make better business decisions. With a singular focus on portfolio management, Planview is the only company that combines customer-driven software, unmatched domain expertise, and proven best practices to solve each customer's unique business problems.
Planview Enterprise®, a market-leading portfolio management application suite, with Planview PRISMS®, the knowledge base for accelerating organizational change, delivers measurable business results for IT management, product development organizations and throughout the enterprise. As an independent, trusted partner, Planview is committed to interoperability with key management systems through the Planview OpenSuite integration product line. Industry leaders such as Citi, BP, and EDF, rely on Planview to drive revenue, mitigate risk, cut costs, create efficiencies, and ultimately give their businesses a competitive advantage. Privately held and consistently profitable, Planview is headquartered in Austin, Texas. With offices across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, the company supports customers in virtually every industry around the world. For more information, visit http://www.Planview.com.
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