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451 Analysts: Enterprise Architecture and Portfolio Management Should Be Inextricably Linked

451 Analysts: Enterprise Architecture and Portfolio Management Should Be Inextricably Linked

In a newly published 451 Research Report, analysts Carl and Lehmann and Liam Rogers said,

“Planview is crafting a strategy beyond the PPM and EA markets to carve a niche in what it believes to be a broader ‘work and resource management’ sector. Its R&D investments are directed at integrating the capabilities of tactical PPM with the strategic capabilities of enterprise architecture management software. The com­pany believes, as do we, that the two should be inextricably linked. The gradual evolution toward a common UI and experience should help project managers and enterprise architects collaborate better to align business strategy with IT investment efforts. Enhanced support for analytic tools like SSRS and Power BI should help accurately expose the results of projects.”Planview's new releases blend PPM and EA for work and resource management

Put simply: unified portfolio management results in one strategic plan that drives transformation programs and enables EAs and PMOs to prioritize decisions across technology, work and resources. Planview’s Work and Resource Management solutions provide a practical way to for organizations to plan and execute work and leverage their resources to realize their strategy.

The 451 Research Report provides a deep dive into new capabilities in Planview Enterprise 13 and Troux 13, along with their SWOT analysis of Planview’s offerings.

To learn more about Work and Resource Management, I invite you to visit http://www.planview.com/wrm/ to get the latest information related to the topic.

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Linda Roach brings 17 years of experience in product management, product marketing, and corporate marketing to her role as Vice President of Marketing for Planview. Upon joining the company in 2004, Linda led the launch of Planview Enterprise, repositioning the company from a single product to a highly successful multiple product line. Prior to joining Planview, Linda held management positions at Pervasive Software, VTEL Corporation, and Kodak where she led go-to-market initiatives covering new products, product line expansion, and opening new market segments. Linda holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has participated in Executive Education programs at the University of Michigan, Wharton School, and University of Texas at Austin. @lindaroach (Linda Roach on Twitter)
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