Planview PPM Pro Stability

Stephen Budd
PMO Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I've never seen any issues with stability. View full review »
Susan Breckenridge
Global IT PMO Manager at a wholesaler/distributor with 5,001-10,000 employees
I haven't seen any glitches at all. View full review »
reviewer1427235
Program Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It is 90% stable. At times, we have seen that some of the releases break some of the existing functioning features. We had problems with some of the reports and dashboards, and another issue was that people were suddenly unable to log in. 90% of the time it works fine, it is available. Performance-wise it is really good compared to the data it is holding at this point. View full review »
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Kimberly Gibney
Solutions Development Manager at Wake County
It's very stable. We've had less than a handful of issues over the years with the system, as far as uptime. Whenever we've run into a problem, customer support has always been right there for us. View full review »
Ed Granja
AVP at LPL Financial Holdings Inc.
It's very stable. Performance-wise in regards to being available, if I had to compare it to the way Planview was back in 2005, I would say it's very stable now. View full review »
reviewer1421352
Director of IT Application Development at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has been rock-solid. I don't think we have had an issue once in the four or five years that we have been live. I am responsible for the maintenance of this solution. View full review »
reviewer1423515
Director IT Strategic Initiatives and PMO at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
It is stable. It has matured a lot since the time it was called Innotas. I find the solution to be stable and robust. View full review »
Saumya Singh
Developer at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
We don't have any stability issues. It's good. View full review »
Dawn McClure
IT Project Manager at Carlisle Companies Incorporated
I haven't noticed any issues with stability. View full review »
Mike
Senior Project Manager at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Overall, we've had very few reportable issues on PPM Pro so we've only had to submit a few tickets. I usually submit the tickets within Planview, so I know personally that we've only had to submit a few over the last couple of years and that speaks to the stability quite a bit. View full review »
RebeccaMorrison
Director Enterprise Applications at Nassau Health Care Corporation
This solution is reliable. Because we had some integration issues, we started out with just one or two projects that a project manager was managing. This was done to make sure that the whole end-to-end process was going to work between PPM Pro and Projectplace. Once that integration started to get stabilized and the Planview organization was hearing what our issues were and working to resolve them, we began to leverage the tool as a whole with all of our project managers. So, all of our projects, the entire IT portfolio is now in Planview's PPM Pro and Projectplace. View full review »
Shantel Lutz
Global Applications Functional Lead at Carlisle Companies Incorporated
The stability is pretty good. I haven't had any issues. View full review »
reviewer1208517
Sr Systems Analyst at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
Performance and stability have been fine. We have not had any issues with that. View full review »
MichaelHavison
Director at Parkview Health
There are no reliability issues whatsoever. We are pretty close to 100 percent uptime. I know there's been a few hiccups here and there, but nothing of any significance. Whatever platform we're running it on, it's rock solid. View full review »
reviewer1421361
Program Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Stability is not great. We often find a lot of issues and the timeframe for issue resolution is longer than is ideal or to be expected. View full review »
Vi EnChoong
Sr R&D Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific
We found that sometimes when they have monthly rollouts that there might be some unintended consequences. However, the program is so flexible that sometimes we're not sure if the issue is because of the rollout or because we did something wrong. View full review »
AnthonyWeisse
Senior Project Manager at Husch Blackwell
It has been very stable. View full review »
KrishnaMohandos
Director PMO at Sephora USA
It is definitely stable. I haven't seen any major issues. View full review »
JenniferStokes
Director, Project Management at TradeStation
It's been very stable to date. View full review »
reviewer1208523
Director of Project Management at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It is very stable. I haven't had issues with stability at all. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Planview PPM Pro. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
441,672 professionals have used our research since 2012.