The top 12 features you get out of the box!
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“SharePoint for Project Management:
The Top 12 Features you get right Out-of-the-Box!”
A Webcast Presentation
Project Management on SharePoint
1. Manage individual projects to success
2. Manage across a program of projects
3. Evolve the way projects are managed
(2.2) Notifications and reports
(2.1) Create Project Office sites
(1.3) Projectdata flows to dashboards
(3.1) Customize to suit
(3.2) Capture & reuse best practices
Project Management Templates
Projects of all Shapes and Sizes
(1.2) Notifications and reports
(1.1) Create new project workspace
pmPoint recognizes that level of process required depends on the organization’s maturity and on the particular needs of the individual projects.
"pmPoint facilitated the implementation of a new agile process for our projects, because of the extra project management features pmPoint added to SharePoint. “
"pmPoint on SharePoint was easy to implement and provided us with a tool that could be mastered extremely quickly by our project managers.“
“pmPoint reminds me of Albert Einstein when he said, 'Make things as simple as possible, but no simpler'. Enough said!”
"Skanska USA Building uses pmPoint to successfully manage our IT projects across the entire enterprise.”
"pmPoint provides us with a project management tool based on how we work today and evolving to where we want to be.“
"pmPoint for project management is now an integral part of RPA's suite of user SharePoint applications.”
“pmPoint provided us with an economical yet scalable solution for managing our project portfolio. We now have better standards for collecting project data and a intuitive tool that makes the work visible.”
“pmPoint is an innovative way to use SharePoint to manage different projects across 29 countries."
CJ, AbsolutePoker.com, Korea – 10 users
George, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. – 20 users
Sven, Up-Great., Switzerland – 50 users
Andy, Skanska Construction, NJ, USA – 70 users
Gary, Enterprise and Partner Group, Microsoft. – 150 users
Maurice, Railway Procurement Authority, Ireland – 250 users
Chris, Group Health Cooperative, Seattle, USA– 500 users
Morten, Columbus IT., Norway – 1,500 users
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“SharePoint for Project Management”
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Other project managers like to work in Microsoft Project. pmPoint allows a Project Manager to plan a project in Microsoft Project and to then import it into SharePoint and either manage the plan in SharePoint or periodically export it back out to Microsoft Project.
Some project managers like a work breakdown structure (with tasks, sub-tasks and task dependencies). This can be facilitated within SharePoint with pmPoint‘s Project Schedule list.
Use libraries to manage work
Give stakeholders the option to get their project reports in Microsoft Excel.
The Project Requests lists shown here has a workflow that checks the Status of the request and will create new work items if a project is approved for creation.
Divide Project Office into functional areas
Easily access multiple web part pages
Plan the project by moving down through the lists on the quick launch (menu) and fill in the blanks, e.g. project statement, goals, tasks, deliverables, issues, etc..
pmPoint project sites are created from templates or by copying existing project sites
pmPoint project sites are ideal project containers
pmPoint Site Collections are advanced Program Management Offices that you can structure into a hierarchy that matches your project management and organizational needs
Give clients ownership of their projects