Good Tool For Project Management
It has different user roles which are similar to real life and has similar access. Application UI is good and easy to use
Planview Enterprise One is a project management tool good for managing work, time and resources.
It could be bit different to setup initial.
Planview - A tool for resource database and financial management
Overall, its a solid tool to take good load of enterprise level needs.
> Enterprise tool
> Great for looking at various financial views at different levels from enterprise to program to project
> Time-sheet tool for time tracking by resources
> Help with milestones tracking
Not so good to have schedule and cost tracked as package. Also, not sure - how suitable this is for SAFe methodologies.
Huge Tool / Lots of Admin needed
The Planview Sales and Support teams are great. They are very helpful. But unless you speak "Planview" you have no idea what they are talking about.
It can perform any PPM and Resource Management function that any of the other tools do. The overall portfolio management can slice and dice the data very well.
It is the most "UN-Intuitive" tool I've ever used. Without extensive training and administration support, it is next to impossible to use and train a casual end user or semi-casual PM.
Planview - Easy to use
I have been using Planview for more than 3 years now, and I liked it's simplicity in managing medium size/complex project. The best thing I liked is about the 'Export/Import capability of an MSP project at the task level'.
1. Assigning resources to the individual and against the CAPEX and OPEX budget codes.
2. Reporting capabilities i.e., Status of the project, Estimated Hours vs Actual Hours, R/G/B status, Notes
3. Portfolio level management, and adding weightage to each and every project.
4. Easy to navigate and classic UI view.
5. Export/Import capability of an MSP project at the task level.
Nothing to report as such, and pretty much everything seems to be fine.
Good time tracking software for companies with many projects.
Each week it presents you with your most commonly added project/tasks that you can auto add to your time sheet for the week.
The navigation/search functionality often doesn't work well when your company has a very large amount of projects.
Easy to use Project management portal
Project management and revenue tracking
Ease of use and detailed visibility to new projects and initiatives with timelines and a way to track revenue and growth.
Although the portal is easy to use, the user interface may be a little difficult to navigate for beginners.
Planview Project Portfolio not so user friendly
Better than some other management systems but just as cumbersome as most. If you are using this then there is a business need to track project spends and allocation so useful for that.
The interface is not super friendly and with an enterprise of hundreds of projects finding allocated projects and line items to show expenditures and add time tracking to them is a pain. Setting up recurring weekly timesheets also not very persistent for users,
My organization uses Planview for time tracking and project assignment
Relatively easy to use interface with the basic customization and access options you'd expect with this type of application.
Very basic user interface with an outdated feel to the menus and dropdowns which detracts from the purpose of the application and it's feature set.