Operational Portfolio Management with MS Project Server

As a solid, flexible and powerful tool for portfolio management, Microsoft Project Server enables you to choose, plan and deliver projects with success. How? By centralizing collaboration, aligning business resources with strategic priorities and providing insights through intuitive dashboards.

At Threon, we take a modular approach to portfolio management with our customizable set of Project Server add-ons: the Threon Project Server (PS) Best Practice Packs.

Operational Portfolio Management with MS Project Server

Meet our Project Server Best Practice Packs

Installable as add-ons and crafted based on our extensive consulting experience across sectors, our packs bring you even more utility in addressing specific project management issues:

  • Core pack: the common platform for all Best Practice Packs.
  • Resource manager: enables streamlined coordination between project managers and resource managers.
  • Timesheet enhancements: allows organizations to add more task-related details and capacities to create intuitive timesheets.
  • Budget planning: gives you bullet-proof, visualized project plans for budget optimization.
  • Team manager: assign tasks and work processes with a centralized overview and progress tracking.
  • Life cycle: dynamically manage project life cycles through visualization.
  • Project professional: take planning to the next level by measuring the quality of a project plan and inter-project dependencies through visualization.
  • Project office: easily publish in bulk, reprocess timesheets and enhance the reporting process.
  • Reporting pack: facilitate user data reporting through the automated generation of lists and templates.
  • Work pack: simplify project management with project and sub-project planning with visualization, feedback and progress tracking.
  • Interface pack: use an XML web service to interface with other systems (ERP, IMS, etc.).

Our unique approach to operational portfolio management through MS Project Server allows you to:

  • avoid legacy software problems
  • calculate costs predictably
  • benefit from a maintenance agreement, including the rights to future releases
  • take advantage of experience and best practices developed in other environments
  • benefit from instance-based licensing (vs. user-based)