Reports and dashboards allow us to have more flexibility but it is lacking the ability to edit items in bulk and save drafts
What is our primary use case?
My primary use case for this solution is for research and development projects.
Pros and Cons
"PPM Pro is really great at the portfolio level like seeing what projects are in flight versus complete, or maybe not started. The portfolio level view is good for stage-gate management specifically."
"It takes more time than it should to create a new project because we can't bulk edit things very easily. That is definitely an area that has room for improvement."
What other advice do I have?
My advice would be to know your business case and make sure you test that in the sandbox environment. The biggest lesson I have learned is that the current editing capabilities and the task list are really difficult and arduous and that it's much easier to build out a project plan in Microsoft Project first and then upload it once it's completely finalized. So it's not really somewhere to build a project. I would rate Planview PPM Pro a six out of ten.