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Productpolooza Advances Work and Resources Management with Modern Streamlined UX

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Productpolooza Advances Work and Resources Management with Modern Streamlined UX

Over the past several weeks we’ve launched the most exciting product announcements in Planview history. Fall 2016 Productpolooza features major updates to Planview Enterprise, Troux, Innotas, and Projectplace.

What’s so exciting is not just the new features and enhancements we’ve added to each product… it’s also about how these products – individually and in different integrated combinations – can help organizations face the rapidly changing market forces that require a new approach to PPM: Work and Resource Management.

Work and Resource Management is a comprehensive category of technology capabilities that address a broader set of work and resource challenges. It includes PPM, but goes much further to address the business and organizational factors in today’s environment.

Watch the video of me explaining what we’ve introduced this fall and continue reading for a recap of each individual product release along with videos straight from the product managers.

Planview Productpolooza Lineup

Planview Enterprise 13: With this version we advance strategic planning with the introduction of outcome roadmapping capabilities that visually connect any customer-defined outcome to strategies, programs, and projects. Watch the video “Planview Enterprise 13: Outcomes and Outcome Roadmapping” with our experts Carina Hatfield and Marcus Klein. The release also includes new interactive portfolio dashboards for strategic planning and new product development that bring consolidated views of performance metrics, streamlining analysis and decision making.

Troux 13: This latest release features an updated user experience across the product line that streamlines core enterprise architecture (EA) use cases and allows a broader set of users to manage application and technology portfolios. Advancing Planview’s integrated portfolio management vision, Troux 13 empowers EA and PMO leaders to create cohesive strategic, operational and technology plans through an advanced integration with Planview Enterprise.

Innotas: The new version of the Innotas® project portfolio management (PPM) solution features a built-in integration with the Projectplace work collaboration tool and a significant enhancement to the Innotas user experience. This release is the first since Planview acquired Innotas and represents an accelerated advancement of its cloud-based IT project portfolio management offering.

Projectplace: This huge release is specifically designed to enable the next generation of collaborative work management solutions for teams committed to getting things done. The new Projectplace includes a streamlined visual redesign, the next generation of collaborative workstreams, and a new “My Overview” that provides a single view of a team member’s work and personal tasks. Watch the video “The Next Generation of Projectplace” for an overview from product managers Zach McDowell and Jason Morio.

This is only the beginning. Stay tuned to the Planview Blog for more information on how Work and Resource Management Solutions from Planview can unlock your organization’s resource potential.

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Patrick Tickle is responsible for the company’s Products organization and leads the Planview team that continues to deliver the most innovative portfolio management solutions to the marketplace. Patrick brings over 20 years of experience in product management, product development, and marketing across a wide range of technology solutions. Prior to joining Planview, Patrick served as Vice President of Marketing and Product Management of ITM Software where he executed category development and product definition. He has also held a variety of product management and marketing positions at Terraspring, Inc. (an enterprise software company acquired by Sun Microsystems), MIPS, and Silicon Graphics. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of North Carolina. @ptickle (Patrick Tickle on Twitter)