Project Portfolio
Vertical Project Type 1 Project Type 2 Project Type 3
Vertical 1 0.90% 1.35% 0.41%
Vertical 2 45.14% 47....
• Sales Pipeline gives us the following Information/Insight
– How many projects are on Pipeline
– Which stage of negotiati...
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There are different ways to represent Project Portfolio.
Based on Type of Engagement, Vertical/Industry, Number of Projects, Number of Resources (Resource Breakup), Contracts, Revenue, Region etc. Different Permutations and Combinations use to represent the data to give meaningful information as per the requirement.

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Project portfolio

  1. 1. Project Portfolio Vertical Project Type 1 Project Type 2 Project Type 3 Vertical 1 0.90% 1.35% 0.41% Vertical 2 45.14% 47.64% 36.18% Vertical 3 27.43% 28.38% 4.07% Vertical 4 16.37% 11.49% 38.62% Vertical 5 8.63% 10.81% 20.73% Vertical 6 1.53% 0.34% 0.00% Project Type AOP (in USD Million) Project Type 1 672.8065823 Project Type 2 268.7208357 Project Type 3 237.33742 • Vertical 1 is an emerging vertical with less contribution to the revenue • This helps in identifying the portfolio mix and formulating strategies to gain business based on the strengths and opportunities available in the market. • We can have a similar breakup of Revenue with respect to vertical which will tell us which vertical is contributing the most to the revenue. • This will give emphasis to focus on the Vertical which is not performing as per the expectations (w.r.t. revenue targets) • This can be compared with the competitors to understand the performance based on industry/sector/vertical Vertical Breakup Vs Project Type matrix AOP Breakup
  2. 2. • Sales Pipeline gives us the following Information/Insight – How many projects are on Pipeline – Which stage of negotiation – Probability of winning the contract – Competitors involved – Which Sector/Industry is growing – How much revenue expected – Which skills in demand – How many resources required and by when – Strategy to manage Company’s Portfolio Project Portfolio… • Based on the above data we can forecast Revenue, Skill Requirements, Resource Requirements and do the gap analysis as and when required. • We can build capabilities based on the Sector/Industry performance in the economy. Do the Market Analysis and SWOT Analysis to understand current capabilities and areas of improvement/consolidations

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