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PPM in the Cloud: Successfully Migrating to Project Online

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

Everything is moving to the cloud these days. Storage, software, and even Project and Portfolio Management (PPM). It is time for your PPM to migrate there, too?

There are many benefits of moving to the cloud, such as unlimited scalability, around-the-clock accessibility, and enhanced collaboration – just to name a few. If those advantages aren’t enough, though, the cost savings alone should entice your organization. Enterprises who migrate their PPM to the cloud can realize a cost savings of up to 40-percent, which could equal hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of a few years.

Conducting a successful migration is all about asking the right questions. You need to consider both technical and business impacts, making critical decisions and changes during the planning phase. You don’t want to migrate bad behaviors; a migration is the perfect time to alleviate bottlenecks, enhance functionality, and streamline processes.

Learn the value of PPM in the cloud, the questions you need to ask yourself, and how to make this the last PPM systems migration – ever!

Presenter Info:

Rob Hirschmann is the Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Projility, Inc., a Microsoft PPM and Business Intelligence services leader and product innovator. As a well-known and respected leader in the Microsoft PPM community, Rob has helped companies around the globe develop and implement best-practice PPM strategies.


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