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Strict quantification of value provided by some software solution is very difficult. That’s especially true in the case of software which is supposed to increase value of project management discipline whose benefits are itself difficult to quantify. Difficulty to quantify doesn’t imply that such value doesn’t exist. It only means that we need to add an extra effort to recognize it.
The purpose of this presentation is to make that extra effort and, by examining different attributes like; industry, character and size of projects, maturity of the organization – recognize patterns that lead to value realization. The key Project Server capabilities will be discussed in context of how they provide value in specific usage scenarios.
As always, realized value have to be contrasted with required investment so we will estimate the cost of EPM implementation in on-premise and cloud model.
The target audience for the presentation are all of you who believe that projects could and should be better managed in your organizations, and you have a vote on decision on using software for such an improvement.