Are You Thinking About Future Market Trends When Selecting Your Next Project?

In a market that is more competitive than a knife fight in a phone booth, companies cannot afford to waste precious time, money, or resources on projects that do not have a measurable affect on the company’s market share… and ultimately the company’s survival. Sure, it may seem like a good idea to offer your Read more about Are You Thinking About Future Market Trends When Selecting Your Next Project?[…]

Understanding the need for PPM Implementation – Article 2

In my previous blog, I had outlined the 4 major challenges faced by the organizations in their PPM (Project Portfolio Management) implementation . In my current blog, I will briefly discuss the underlying reasons behind the emerging need for PPM implementation. Project Portfolio Management is getting recognition more so in the last 5-10 years.  The overarching need for Read more about Understanding the need for PPM Implementation – Article 2[…]

A sneak peek into the challenges in PPM Implementation – Article 1

Did you know? “About 60% of the organizations implement Project Portfolio Management (PPM) primarily to align their business objectives with their project objectives”. Why PPM? In order to stay competitive in today’s global business environment, there is a quintessential need for organizations to utilize their resources by working on projects that will satisfy both their Read more about A sneak peek into the challenges in PPM Implementation – Article 1[…]

How to Build Reports Using OData Feeds

In this video you will learn how to build reports in Microsoft Project Server/Project Online/PPM using odata feeds. Interested in how EPMA can help you with custom reporting? Contact us today at 713.400.9200 or [email protected] Thanks for watching! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our other blogs on Microsoft Project, Project Read more about How to Build Reports Using OData Feeds[…]

‘Just in Time’ Ordering in Microsoft Project

I have been working with a company that wanted to model their parts ordering process in a Microsoft Project schedule.  I.e. they want to order a part needed to complete a particular job.  They also want to model any lead times involved with the parts as some can take up to 3 months to arrive Read more about ‘Just in Time’ Ordering in Microsoft Project[…]

The Future of Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Technology

The end of 2013 is nipping at our heels; I find it hard to believe that yet another year has flown by, and I marvel at the great many things that we have accomplished at EPMA this year. If I still paid for things with written checks, then I would already start planning for the Read more about The Future of Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Technology[…]