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Our customers span the globe in an array of industries and sectors – from retail to finance to education. No matter their size, we are privileged to serve them – whether they seek to maximize business performance or realign resources to support more high-value projects. The Customer Success blog category provides in-depth, real-world information, including Planview Enablement, PPM customer success stories, Planview's Customer Conference - Horizons, and more. We’ll share how our customers are overcoming obstacles using Planview product portfolio management, enterprise architecture and work collaboration solutions to align their corporate processes. Gets tips on how to scale your organization’s current processes as you to grow your business. This is your one-stop to achieve higher and faster business value from your Planview solutions.

Planview Horizons: Recognizing Planview Customers for their Exemplary Achievements in WRM

In the words of our CEO Greg Gilmore, “Planview does not happen without our customers.” And this is true across all areas of the business, including Horizons. Now, in its 21st year, Planview Horizons—the Planview Customer Conference—was held October 10-12 at the JW Marriot in downtown Austin, Texas. We had more than 600 attendees come...

A Real-World Success Story: Purdue University Leverages Planview PPM Pro Data Insights to Proactively Inform Stakeholders

As one of the largest public universities in Indiana, Purdue University strives to demonstrate unyielding and uncompromised integrity in support of the highest standards of excellence. The Project Management Office (PMO) at Purdue University takes this into consideration with every decision it makes as it leads projects and supports the ways projects are managed in...

A Real-World Success Story: New Zealand Government Improves Project Delivery

Meeting the demands of ever-changing priorities within a government can lead to inconsistent processes, departments with limited visibility into what is being worked on, and no ability to monitor investments. New Zealand Government, like many other government agencies, was tasked with overcoming these obstacles to develop and manage project and investment portfolios to grow the...

5 Real-World Successful Project Management Examples

Is your organization trying to optimize work portfolios, balance capacity against demand, and link plans and resources to project execution? It’s not always easy to drive change with speed and confidence. Smart companies are always looking for successful project management examples to learn how other companies are achieving their project management goals. At Planview, we...

Strategic Planning at Work: Real-World Use Cases

Do you spend months developing your strategic plan only to have it become shelf ware – literally sitting on a shelf collecting dust? Or, despite your best intentions at integrating strategy and execution, do your plans and operations on the ground become disconnected at some point? Unfortunately, this is all too common. Of the 500...

Customers Honored at the Planview Horizons Customer Conference

It’s always an exciting time when we get to honor businesses who leverage Planview products to drive growth and innovation. This year’s 20th annual Planview Horizons Customer Conference on Oct. 17-19 in San Antonio, Texas, was no exception. Our Planview Vision Awards went to those companies who have advanced work and resource management by achieving...

Portfolio and Resource Management at Work: Real-World Use Cases

Today’s organizations are challenged to drive innovation and transformation like never before. Savvy PMOs and IT organizations realize that they must go beyond simply completing projects on time and on budget. They must create and drive these innovation and digital transformation initiatives – or at least deliver them – in line with business objectives. Yet,...

Beyond the Handshake: Realizing the Benefits of a Strategic Partnership

I get it. When it comes to adopting new software applications, the last thing on your mind is the provider’s other customers – establishing a strategic partnership doesn’t seem like a priority. You simply want the new software to work so your organization can be more nimble and agile. But who you are entering a...