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Are you part of a non-traditional Professional Services Organization and feeling the staffing data-burden? Then you are probably experiencing the common demand around deploying groups of staffing managers to manage these applications, yet with limited budgets and the same needs to manage resource supply and demand in order for your organization to stay effective and […]

Part 2 of 2 LEVERAGING ORACLE PROJECTS TO MANAGE PERFORMANCE BASED REVENUE As stated previously, the core principle in the new Standard requires that an entity recognize revenue to depict the transfer of goods or services to a customer in an amount that reflects the consideration given in exchange for those goods or services. Impact […]

By Ravi Shankar, PgMP, PMP, PMI-RMP and PMI-SP The Oracle® E-Business Suite Project Management application (PJT) integrates with Microsoft® Project out-of-the-box to provide for bi-directional integration between Oracle E-Business Suite Projects and Microsoft Project (MSP). This provides for downloading the project structure and current working version of the project from Oracle and updating them in […]

How to Make the Most of Your Enterprise Project Portfolio Management System, Part 3 of 5: Measuring What’s Important. Ensure that you are measuring the right things and that management is encouraging the right actions.

By Jason Ames, PMP and Kimberly McDonald Baker Continuing our discussion from the prior blog article, we are now ready to address success factor number 2 in the Key Drivers to EPPM Success. All Business Systems Talk to Each Other An Enterprise Project Portfolio Management system is one of many business systems that an organization […]

  Challenges Determine if you have a demand or supply oriented environment Demand resource management is more prevalent with internal resource organizations, i.e. IT organizations. The primary focus is to assure that resources are optimally allocated to projects in keeping with the organization’s stated goals and objectives. Or, in other words managing the problems of […]