Mid-Market PPM Review Roundup: Wrike vs. Daptiv PPM vs. Clarizen

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to doThis week’s review roundup includes reviews of three Mid-Market Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions. As Info Tech Research Group comments about this important IT area “Business simply doesn’t happen in a perfect, orderly, predictable way. Organizations need the right tools to manage the uncertainty.” Here’s what our community members are saying about the solutions they are using:

Wrike – “It provides a single repository for all projects, inter and intra-team collaboration on projects, ability to reallocate resources across projects in a more agile manner, it gives project management more visibility and ‘Democratizes’ project management by making the tools so easy to use that team members take more ownership of project tasks.” Read full review here.

Daptiv PPM – “Valuable features include Dashboard, reporting, capacity vs. demand, time sheets, Reporting of IT capacity available for first time, time sheets available for first time… would say there’s too much work that has to go into the configuration up front and for the first 6 months to 1 year after. That costs time, money, and resources.” Read full review here.

Clarizen –  “I love the straightforward gui and ease of functionality. User adoption was relatively seamless, especially when we had 100 IT users all handling projects their own way… We are met with very few support issues but when we do have issues, Clarizen Support is very responsive and knowledgeable to turn things around quickly. The only Con I have is the reporting engine. It is not very robust or user friendly and seems like capabilities are limited but I am hoping for big changes in future releases.” Read full review here.

Visit IT Central Station to browse real user reviews of Mid-Market Project Portfolio solutions including these solutions as well as LiquidPlanner, WorkEngine, and Innotas. What PPM solution are you using? Write a review today!

 

 

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