Greetings from D.C. and the HP Project and Portfolio Management team! We are on site at the Gartner PPM and IT Governance Summit in National Harbor, MD and will be reporting live throughout the conference. Be sure to follow us at @HPPPM for all the latest news and updates from the summit.
HP PPM 9.21 brings a number of new benefits and features we think you’re going to enjoy. We don’t want to give it all away, but we did want to highlight a few new things we’re especially excited about. Read on to find out what!
McGraw-Hill valued the "Information Age" before it ever existed. Established in 1888, the $15 billion company has always understood the value of collecting, packing and selling information to help individuals and companies prosper.
McGraw- Hill first implemented HP Project and Portfolio Management many years ago, piece by piece via department-level licenses. That all changed in the late 2000's when they realized it would be more effective to implement the total HP Project and Portfolio Management Solution, rather than purchasing licenses on a department-by-department basis. Then the forward thinking company took it a step further, forming the Project and Portfolio Management Center of Excellence (PPM CoE) within their IT Department to really maximize their return.
And maximize it they did. Kimberly Hicks, Manager of Quality Assurance, McGraw-Hill says “HP Project and Portfolio Management has helped us establish best practices across our organization, which in turn drives efficiencies in terms of both time and costs."
We at HP PPM 9.2 have just released the Timesheet Submission MiniApp, designed to make life on-the-go just a little bit easier for PPM Center users. Working offsite? No VPN access? No worries. Users now have the ability to create, edit and submit timesheets directly from their smartphones without logging on to PPM Center.
If you are a senior business or IT professional, there is no better place for you from May 20 – 22, 2013 than at the Gartner PPM & IT Governance Summit in National Harbor, MD and we have a special offer for $300 off registration. With guest keynote speakers like General Colin Powell and a robust agenda customized to your PPM role, this trip might just change everything concerning your view on what’s possible through IT and PPM solutions.
Redundant, familiar, sacred cows – is this an accurate description of some of your current software applications? How can IT and its end users get past the emotion and overcome the inertia inherent in well-entrenched legacy software?
Many organizations are choosing application rationalisation because it affords a big picture view of how each asset uniquely contributes value to the business. It helps identify the most cost-efficient way to run a business process, even if it means that some existing applications with unnecessary or overlapping functionality are shown the door. Could such a process be introduced to your application environment before its tangled vines choke off the IT value-add to your business?
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.
A sacred IT union has occurred! Although some may have once deemed them fundamentally incompatible, HP Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) have proven to be a match made in heaven. While each one is capable of holding its own as a robust stand-alone tool, together they constitute the ultimate IT couple.
Are you getting advance notice on application performance problems? Would you like to have a real predictive monitoring solution for your business applications?
Now you can gain the advantage of HP Performance Anywhere to proactively address issues before your end users experience them. Continue reading to learn how you can get your hands on a beta version of HP Performance Anywhere.
Written by Alon Inditzky
Performance Anywhere | Product Manager
Today, HP announced the latest version of its HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) solution, which enables enterprises to support and prioritize fast-paced application development projects, while enabling the alignment of IT priorities with business objectives.
Written by Bruce Randall
With 13 minutes 28 seconds to go in the third quarter and the 49ers in possession of the football, anticipation was building across the country…
As you may have read in our last blog, HP PPM is in a word, awesome. The Forrester Wave™ for Project/Program Portfolio Management 2012 ranked HP PPM as a Strategic Leader based on a strict repertoire of criteria. Continue reading to find out what Forrester said about PPM above and below the line.
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Celil Çiynekli, a Process & Quality Consultant based in Istanbul, Turkey and a valued contributor to our IT Experts community, has written a detailed guide to three models for managing integrated workloads of support teams (applications, infrastructure, etc.) and project teams using HP PPM and HP SM.
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I was thinking the other day about the upcomming HP Discover conference, and I tried to figure out why wanted to attend the conference. I was sort of surprised when I realized why I really was going.
Ok, so I’m part of our Application Transformation product marketing team and HP Discover is certainly somewhere in the job description. But, that’s not why I’m really going.
Semi-annual HP SW EMEA Customer Forum taking place May 8-10 in London in UK with best-ever list of speakers. This is absolutely a must-attend event - and it's free!. Read more...
HP Discover will have the best slate of content for HP PPM customers to attend in years.
Application Portfolio Management and ICD-10 (i.e Healthcare Compliance) webinars.
Takeaways from HP Discover