Planview PPM Pro Scalability

reviewer1208496
Program Operations Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It's very scalable because PPM Pro is mid-tier. For us being so small and low maturity, we've got plenty of room to grow. Once we reached a certain stage, which may be years away, we can evolve to Enterprise One if we need to, but we might not need to. So, for us, it's very scalable. It's already grown with us as we've taken the baby steps to get through identifying our portfolio. Now, building on the intake, it's definitely enabling us to build as we go. View full review »
RebeccaMorrison
Director Enterprise Applications at Nassau Health Care Corporation
This is a scalable solution. Our footprint on the PPM Pro side is fairly small. That's just where the project managers and the resource managers go, whereas Projectplace is where the teams themselves go. View full review »
reviewer1208517
Sr Systems Analyst at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
In terms of scalability, I think for what it's built for it scales well. It's just whenever we get into the integrations it's something I need to see more because we get to a point where it's hard to track everything within just Planview. I think the integrations that they're doing improve that scalability, hopefully. LeanKit and Projetplace both have the cards and the actual task-level definitions that can just build into what's in PPM Pro. View full review »
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MichaelHavison
Director at Parkview Health
I have no concerns over the flexibility of the combination of PPM Pro and Projectplace. The product will grow with us. View full review »
Vi EnChoong
Sr R&D Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific
It should grow with us for now. View full review »
AnthonyWeisse
Senior Project Manager at Husch Blackwell
The tool can growth with us. View full review »
KrishnaMohandos
Director PMO at Sephora USA
We haven't had scalability issues too because we don't have that many entries in regards to performance and scalability testing so far. View full review »
JenniferStokes
Director, Project Management at TradeStation
It's definitely scalable. There are a lot of opportunities to customize. It's just how you implement it. That's why we think we have to use LeanKit, because of the agile integration, which is why we're here attending the conference. View full review »
reviewer1208523
Director of Project Management at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It can grow if we need it to. View full review »
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