Planview PPM Pro Flexibility-Value

Have you found the solution to be flexible? If yes, please describe how its flexibility has delivered value in your organization.

JenniferStokes
Director, Project Management at TradeStation
The solution is reasonably flexible. We can do all sorts of customization. We can tailor it to TradeStation.
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reviewer1208523
Director of Project Management at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Flexibility is the most valuable feature of the solution. We're able to do a lot of integrations with ConnectWise, which is another IT services tool that we use. So, we can integrate with that, and it's pretty flexible. We just went live a couple of weeks ago, but already we're able to bring visibility into our resource utilization and project status with clients.
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AnthonyWeisse
Senior Project Manager at Husch Blackwell
It is flexible, because so far we haven't been able to figure out anything that it cannot do. It's highly configurable. We've added custom field design screens to fit our needs, develop reports, and dashboards that give us the ability to deliver much better information, especially to senior IT management.
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RebeccaMorrison
Director Enterprise Applications at Nassau Health Care Corporation
This is a flexible solution. We've had some bumps in the road with some of the product integrations, but overall I think the tool allows us to maximize our business process. We were able to leverage custom fields so that we could capture the data that was specific to our institution. Being in higher education, we have some unique situations that corporate Fortune 500 companies don't have. I think that the level of flexibility was integral in our choice with this tool. The reporting and the dashboarding capabilities have been really, really helpful.
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reviewer1208517
Sr Systems Analyst at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
This solution is flexible in some ways but not others. There is a decent amount of configuration that we've been able to do to control the different categories of projects. On that side, I would say yes, we can have multiple different requests or project types that have their own fields. Then, on the other side, it's kind of limited. You can configure it, but then you can't take it to really make it into a task management system. It's very hard to expand past just what the basic tasks are. That would be one place that I'd like to see a little bit more. It looks like they are trying to do that by introducing the backlog and putting more Agile context into PPM Pro. It looks like that's on the roadmap for Planview.
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MichaelHavison
Director at Parkview Health
There are so many components to it. It is like almost every day that we find some other use case for it. So, it's very flexible.
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KrishnaMohandos
Director PMO at Sephora USA
Most of the attributes are configurable. We can change it to our own needs, which I didn't see with some of the other tools that I evaluated before starting Planview.
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ManishSrivastana
Project Manager at New Orleans Convention Center
The flexible is amazing. It is UI driven.
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