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The primary use case is resource demand capacity planning.
We have been using the tool for portfolio management with the resource allocation piece being a big part of it. We are using it to generate data to try and get a real-time report out of all the information needed to prepare for our quarterly reviews, etc.
We use it for project portfolio management in the organization. We are using the latest version.
It is primarily to manage IT projects. The focus right now is spent on timekeeping in IT, seeing the value-add for the IT department in the projects that they deliver to the law firm. It's primarily me for the planning side of it.
We were looking to centralize our project management practices, specifically within the IT organization for those that we manage on behalf of the college. We had been using various different tools and it was difficult to get an idea of the resource usage across all of the various projects. This tool has allowed us to have a central source of truth with respect to resources on projects, the status of those projects, and kind of implement our methodology in a centralized fashion.
We mostly use this solution for high-level project planning and resource management. We're looking to expand that using the integrations, such as LeanKit or Projectplace. We do not have LeanKit, yet, but we are looking to move towards Agile, so in my opinion, LeanKit fits well for our use cases.
We provide IT services to organizations. We manage all our customer delivery projects with the tool. We are using the latest version of the solution.
The primary use case is for managing all our products and programs, along with resource management. That is a key. Those are the two main reason: resource management and project management.
It's for strategic projects: Work intake as well as management of those projects.