Project Management is the discipline of organizing and managing resources in such a way that these resources deliver all the work required to complete a project within defined scope, time, and cost constraints. A project is a temporary and one-time endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. This property of being a temporary and a one-time undertaking contrasts with processes, or operations, which are permanent or semi-permanent ongoing functional work to create the same product or service over-and-over again.
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Clarizen was chosen as the ‘best-fit’ in tracking and managing projects from the close of the sale through to project implementation.
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Enterprises are rapidly adopting cloud computing solutions in order to meet dynamically changing business requirements. These solutions are typically comprised of both private and public cloud deployments, resulting in the creation of hybrid clouds that are designed to rapidly scale up and down in response to user demands, and they provide the advantages of elastic computing economics.
While seemingly counter intuitive, organizations can actually create IT efficiencies without having to cut service levels by adopting a systems management strategy that embraces the concept of “Discover, Manage, Automate and Validate.”
In This Paper
• Many enterprises lack a holistic view of their project management processes
• Oracle Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Cloud uses open standards to create a best-in-class solution
• Oracle PPM Cloud makes it easier for users to collaborate on projects internally or externally
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Read more to find out how Clarizen became the ideal solution for delivering the much-needed framework for planning and executing, and at the same time, seamlessly aligning with the collaborative manner in which the Cisco Systems wanted to manage projects and programs.
Read more to learn how Clarizen has helped the Boston Scientific Corporation (BSC) project management teams achieve true visibility across multiple project portfolios and ensure that every project is directly tied to key business results.
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