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McGraw-Hill's Best Practices with HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM): Leaders Stick Together

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.

 

 

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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."

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