More and more businesses are turning to Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Software to help them manage their project work. But there are hundreds of tools claiming to be “project management software,” ranging from light task management tools to heavy, on-premises tools, and project failure rates are still higher than they should be.

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  • Why traditional PPM software fails and what features to avoid
  • Essential features for modern project teams
  • How to choose the right PPM tool for your project team

Choosing the best PPM software for your team doesn’t have to be overwhelming if you know what you should be looking for: project management software evolved to support today’s project teams.

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Sneak Peek

“Your business needs a solution that works the way your teams work. Knowledge work today is very different from the engineering environment of the 1950’s and the PPM tool you choose should reflect that. After all, if you pick software that does not address the 21st Century challenges that your business is facing, it will never be used by your teams, however much you invest in it. Establish your challenges and adopt a solution that will adequately address these for your knowledge workers and project team members. If it is intuitive and solves their pain points, they will embrace it and the business will start to the see the value of evolved project management.”