Use IT to Accelerate your Business Strategy
Don’t just manage scheduling: drive your projects based on results and work cross-functionally across departments
Align IT resources with business priorities
Prioritize your projects based on your business priorities and resource constraints. Avoid duplicate projects with a centralized project and demand request repository. Follow the progress of your projects to decide on changes in scope or deadlines.
Secure timelines and budget projects
Structure your projects with the help of templates and kits. Gain control over your budgets and timelines and integrate One2Team with the rest of your information systems. Access a 360° view of your projects and manage alerts, perimeter changes, risks, tasks, resources, and budgets… all in one location.
Centralize and qualify your project requests in a structured and shared manner
Build different scenarios according to your capacity and facilitate your arbitration meetings within One2Team
Project Portfolio Management
Analyze the composition of your portfolio on key KPIs
Quickly identify delays and budget overruns, manage cross-project dependencies, set up action plans
Jointly steer operational and financial implementation
Budgeting and Resource Management
Optimize the allocation of your resources according to their availability
Build your budgets according to your “what-if” analyses
Track time spent and to-do
Facilitate your cross-functional decision-making committees, portfolio reviews and project reviews directly in One2Team
Access real-time views of your business and stop producing PowerPoint and Excel files for reporting purposes
Waterfall and Agile
Manage programs / projects / milestones / activities / deliverables or products / EPICs / sprints / user stories in a single tool
Integrate with your DevOps (JIRA, etc.) or budget monitoring tools (SAP, etc.) and make One2Team your project information hub
EBOOK: RADICALLY INCREASE YOUR PROJECT SUCCESS RATE
Hack Your IT Projects
As both project types and project management methods proliferate, IT is falling behind in project management maturity compared to other departments. Based on our 20 years of involvement in organizational performance in project management for Fortune 2000 companies, we’ve compiled this guide to help IT pick up the pace and success rate of transformation. While the Agile methodology is the first step for this change in velocity, it is hardly the last.