Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Overview

Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) is the #8 ranked solution in our list of top Project Portfolio Management tools. It is most often compared to Broadcom Clarity PPM: Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) vs Broadcom Clarity PPM

What is Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM)?
HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) provides critical information in real time to help you make the right investment decisions. It standardizes, manages, and captures the execution of project and operational activities as well as resources.

Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) is also known as HPE Project and Portfolio Management, HPE PPM.

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Micro Focus Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Customers
Bank Simpanan Nasional, Smart Communications, Aareon AG
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PPM Services Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
Provides a good balance of flexibility and functionality; very powerful

What is our primary use case?

We generally provide PPM services for our customers, and we use PPM solely for our in-house development. Most of the time we implement and provide services and consulting on Micro Focus PPM. We are partners with Micro Focus and I'm the PPM services director.

Pros and Cons

  • "Has a powerful workflow engine that allows creation of workflow complexities and processes."
  • "The solution can sometimes be a little inflexible and a bit caustic."

What other advice do I have?

I would suggest that in the first year of implementation try to keep it simple and keep close to best practices. One of the main mistakes companies have made in the past is to replace the best industrial-based practices with their own technics and this doesn't always work and they end up migrating problems and issues, that may be part of the internal culture moved to the new platform. I would advise soft adoption and incrementally in distributing the use of the tool across the company. Every solution can be improved so I would rate this product an eight out of 10.