How Much Does a PPM Tool Cost?
Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) tools can enable your organization by providing transparency, governance and the ability to manage work across remote, distributed teams. But, how much do these tools cost? What functionality is going to cost us the most, and how can I ensure I maximize the value of our organization’s investment?
In this talk, Kim Essendrup of Kolme Group walks through the typical costs you can expect when implementing a PPM tool, and provides actionable advice on how to maximize the value of your PPM solution – whether you are looking for a tool now, or already have one implemented in your organization.
Kim Essendrup is co-host of the Project Management Happy Hour podcast, and co-founder of Kolme Group, a PPM consultancy with an aim to help their clients make data driven decisions by integrating Project Delivery leadership with modern project management systems. Kim is a PMP with 20+ years experience managing teams, projects, programs and PMO’s.
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