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Triskell Software for Enterprise Governance

 

*This is an MPUG Vendor Session. The presenter will discuss 3rd party Microsoft Project add-ons or services in a no pressure, stress-free environment. These add-ons are not out-of-the-box functionality and require product trial or purchase. Your information is safe, we do not sell or share your information.

 

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

 

Event Description:

Triskell Software is a cloud-based “Enterprise Governance Platform”. The solution provides organizations with comprehensive functionality including strategic planning and execution, budgeting/forecasting/financial management, agile/waterfall/hybrid techniques for detail planning, and robust analytical and simulation/scenario capability. The system is unique because it allows the application of all system functions to not just programs, projects, and tasks, but also to multiple portfolios, deliverables, products, and any other “object”. Triskell also recognizes that many organizations currently use several tools for detail planning, including Microsoft Project, spreadsheets, Jira, SharePoint lists, etc. Triskell permits users to continue with those tools while providing all Triskell functionality for portfolio and resource management and reporting. For the past 3 years Triskell has been noted in Gartner’s Market Guide for Strategic Execution Management (SEM) solutions. This vendor showcase will include a demonstration of how Microsoft Project (Standard and Professional versions) can be used with Triskell.

 

 

Presenter Info:

Rich Murphy has more than 35 years of experience in the project management field. He began as the project controls engineer for a $4 billion power plant engineering and construction project. He and his long-time partners have led the development of many leading commercial project management software systems. After Microsoft’s acquisition of one of the systems developed by his team in August 2000, Rich joined Microsoft and participated in the development of Project Professional and Project Server. He was the original Solution CEO for Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management system. After leaving Microsoft, Rich and his team continued to develop complimentary solutions built on the Microsoft technology stack. For the past 6 years Rich has provided marketing and product development advice to several PPM vendors. In 2019 Rich joined Triskell Software as their VP – Strategy and Corporate Development.

 

 


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Rich Murphy
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Rich Murphy has more than 35 years of experience in the project management field. He began as the project controls engineer for a $4 billion power plant engineering and construction project. He, and his long-time partners, have led the development of many leading commercial project management software systems. After Microsoft’s acquisition of one of those systems developed by his team in August 2000, Rich joined Microsoft and participated in the development of Project Professional and Project Server which was based on the acquired technology. Rich was the original Solution CEO for Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management system. After leaving Microsoft, Rich and his team continued to develop complimentary solutions built on the Microsoft technology stack. For the past six years, Rich has provided marketing and product development advice to several PPM vendors. In 2019, Rich joined Triskell Software as their VP – Strategy and Corporate Development. Contact Rich via email at rmurphy@triskellsoftware.com.

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