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2021 - Year of the Power Platform for the PMO
Microsoft’s Power Platform is being chosen by more and more organisations as their platform for digital collaboration. For good reason: it vastly reduces application development time and cost, opens up unheard of opportunities for integration and automation, provides access to ever growing AI capabilities, and is the home of Power BI for powerful business intelligence.
This webinar will give you a whirlwind tour of the platform and explain how to make 2021 the year of the Power Platform for your own PMO.
Power BI is a game changer for turning data into business value. Let us give you a round-up view of its capabilities and take you through a suite of reports and dashboards that deliver that value to your PMO and project organisation. Project demand, programme governance, project status, risks, issues, milestones, investment, resource capacity, trending and much more.
Also find out how to share reports internally and externally, support self-service analytics and ad hoc reporting, export to Power Point or PDF, collaborate on reports and measure audience uptake.
If your projects are governed through programmes and you are facing the ongoing challenge of budget control, then this is for you. Power Framework, your ready made PMO solution on the Power Platform, has flexible and time saving features for financial control.
Designed to be pragmatic and usable, Power Framework can take the pain out of programme investment tracking – reducing wasted hours chasing information, providing the control you need to avoid overspend and safeguard project success.
Power Framework is built on the Microsoft Power Platform to rapidly deliver the foundation for your data driven PMO. This webinar will be packed with demos of features that make this solution unique.
In this 45 minute webinar we'll be discussing everything from support of processes like risk management, project financial planning, status reporting, all the way to special features like governance of Project Documents and Vendor governance.
In 2019 Microsoft released Project for the web, a new and exciting project management capability.
Since then we have seen various enhancements, and more details have been published of the roadmap for the tool.
Time to take stock – let’s walk through Project for the web functionality, discuss how it fits into the landscape of Microsoft planning and work management tools, and how the tool may be extended and integrated.We will also touch upon licensing and see what to expect for future innovation.
For anyone who wants to understand the essence of Microsoft Project Online in a hurry.
Join Gero Renker, director of Program Framework, for this fast-paced live webinar. We will summarize functional capabilities and do a high level demo, incl. Power BI standard dashboards. We will discuss the benefits of the Office 365 ecosystem and even have a word about licensing.
Advanced Portfolio Dependencies Management with Project Online & MasterLink
Project Online has built in features to create task dependencies across projects. But there is potential to take this to an advanced level: How about seeing all relationships in one place and being notified if anything changes? How about linking project across environments or even external tenants? How about externalising entire work packages? How about easy PMO governance of all dependency health and trends?
All this and more is possible with MasterLink, an app that delivers great benefits particularly in complex planning environments and large programmes. Join this webinar to see it at work!