More project management offices (PMOs) are turning to Oracle products for ways to optimize operations, reduce costs, gain visibility and speed up projects. One of the top platforms for achieving this feat is Oracle Primavera P6. Primavera P6 brings all project processes under one roof and improves collaboration within your PMO, boosting return, explains this ebook. However, implementing the system and Oracle Primavera P6 adoption can be challenging for PMOs and project managers with limited exposure or experience using the system.
Oracle Primavera has a distinguished history of providing superior project management controls and functions throughout the project management office (PMO), like better configurations to meet stringent project management demands, as explained in this ebook. Project managers around the globe used terminal-based Primavera P6 systems, otherwise known as Oracle Professional Project Management (PPM), Oracle Primavera Windows or Oracle Client, depending on the version of system used. But, the age of the internet brought new changes to this standard in project management.
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Project management offices (PMOs) of all sizes recognize the importance of visibility and adherence to project or portfolio deadlines and budget. Yet, today’s projects have increased in scope, duration and constraint. Meanwhile, the demand on PMOs to reduce costs continues, and project managers are often in the crossfire between stakeholders and team members. This is where Oracle Primavera Prime changes the game.
Oracle has a reputation for delivering unmatched performance, accessibility, and control over projects of any size and scope. But, the various Oracle platforms remained disconnected for years. Meanwhile, the use of the cloud enabled some integration. To bridge the divide, Oracle created a single platform that connected all systems, Oracle Primavera Prime. This new platform was developed with prioritizing, planning and managing projects and portfolios for all-size businesses.