HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) 9.2: What’s the Buzz All About?

HP Project and Portfolio Management 9.2, or  PPM 9.2 as our less verbose friends refer to it, launched last month, and in the short time that it’s been made available, it’s already clear that this latest version of HP PPM is the bee's knees.  

 

The upgraded Project and Portfolio Management solution provides real-time visibility into all application development activities for both traditional and agile development initiatives, all with an improved end-user experience.  HP PPM 9.2 integrates with HP Agile Manager as well as Quality Center and Application Lifecycle Management, enabling organizations to support fast-paced projects and tasks, allocate appropriate resources and automate administrative activities—all while continuing to align priorities with business objectives.

 

"We focus on everything portfolio and project management is about—all the facets," said Bruce Randall, Director of Product Marketing for HP PPM. "HP PPM 9.2 delivers several things we built with our customers' and the market's needs in mind.”

 

But don’t just take our word for it. See what actual users are saying about their experience with the latest PPM upgrade based on beta test surveys and tech reviews:

 

Beta test survey 1:

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Beta test survey 2:

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 Check out our other beta test survey results here.

 

 

Testimonial one:

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Testimonial two:

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Testimonial three:

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For more user testimonials, click here.

 

From top-scoring Resource and Project Management to a new intuitive and streamlined interface that provides increased time and cost savings, one thing is clear: the cyber world—along with the Project and Portfolio Managment world— is buzzing about HP PPM 9.2.

 

Check out what the buzz is all about for yourself!

 

To get more familiar with what Project and Portfolio Management is all about, check out this video.

And for all things HP PPM, follow us on Twitter @HP PPM!

 

 

 

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