We performed a comparison between Planisware and Planview Portfolios based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Project Management Software solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"Has very good collaborative functions."
"Our team uses the platform for many different functions, and the ability to have multiple Kanban boards that are integrated into various other platforms our team uses has helped us become more efficient in our content creation strategies."
"I use the templates function to create standard templates for my project plans that I can easily duplicate and disperse organizationally."
"Automation is definitely a favorite of mine."
"We love how we can create boards specifically focused on one topic and have all tasks and projects pertaining to that in one place."
"I found the task management features as the most useful and necessary."
"With Monday, everything is just one click away."
"The solution is easily scalable."
"There are two things in particular that I enjoy. The first is the portfolio planning section. Another advantage is that it is highly customizable."
"We have a variety of different modules, but it is mainly used for costs, risks, and resources."
"The solution is performance-oriented and easily customized accordingly to many areas, such as performance KPI."
"The flexibility on offer is very helpful in meeting the organization's needs."
"Its view into resource capacity and availability absolutely help us manage work. We can't plan out projects for delivery until we know if we have resources available to deliver them. That's been really critical. We look at our projects and see what availability of resources we have. That helps us to determine when we can start new work."
"I would say it works really well for forecasting remaining effort, especially in terms of forecasting the dollar amounts. We've gotten pretty good at adjusting rates because we have a lot of contract workers."
"In my opinion, the financial planning feature is the most valuable feature of Planview Enterprise One."
"Its view into resource capacity and availability helps us to manage work. In reporting, we use this facility to help with resource capacity and availability. It also helps to see how much we are using. We derive that information from the work and resource management screen. That is very helpful."
"The resource management and assignment features are valuable. The timesheet management is also valuable because that is a requirement for us. So, the ability to see timesheet forecasting and timesheet actual submission from resources has been very useful and valuable to us."
"The solution view into resource capacity and availability helps us to manage work."
"Enterprise One provides end-to-end work management for the full spectrum of types of work in one tool."
"They should make it possible in the inbox to select all inbox updates and mark them as read."
"If there was a way for Monday.com to take over, or interface with, my inbox, such that my email messages became associated with a particular task, group, or board, that would be incredibly useful."
"I find that I cannot customize my automation for Slack as much as I need."
"We need to have conversations within the platform."
"Sometimes, I had difficulty moving items from board to board and would have to move them twice to get them to successfully move."
"This isn't a platform where you scrimp on the training and send one person to bring back knowledge. Monday is different things to different people, and context matters."
"It would be good to include more automated features that are easy to set up between different boards."
"Being able to create 'sub-teams' so people in these teams can be assigned to tasks in one go and receive updates on the progress of tasks would be useful."
"More integration is needed with other kinds of products for better collaboration."
"Its stability should be improved. Its stability is the main issue, but we sometimes also have issues with calculations."
"They do not have anything that can assist customers with multi-year roadmap planning."
"The solution out-of-the-box that we established was insufficient. We had to purchase and set up OData. I don't believe that it's a great solution out-of-the-box but eventually you can get there."
"The solution needs to be better at accepting new ideas for upcoming releases."
"It is not an end-user-friendly product, and that's really the biggest thing. The hardest or the biggest hurdle I've ever had to face was adoption. I did the installation of the HP product in 2011. The company used it from 2011 to 2015, and the adoption was very high. When I was given the Planview product, adoption was very low. It wasn't as extensively used. We actually had people who wanted to go back to HP PPM because the interface of Planview was so broken, and it still is to some degree. So, it is not user-friendly. It doesn't flow the way a project manager thinks. What we did with HP PPM was a lot more manual programming. It wasn't as nice in terms of the interface, and it wasn't as pretty, but you could design it and build it so that everything flows with the way you worked, but Planview doesn't quite do that. There are a lot of screens. You have to jump back and forth. There are so many different places you have to go to just to do some basic tasks. That's the biggest thing that has really hindered adoption."
"The number one thing that needs improvement is the UI. It should be easy for a casual project manager. It should provide customizable screens that can be a choice for project managers to choose as a professional level, medium level, and a very easy level."
"I think the capabilities are there, but it seems difficult for me to even create a report as I am not a Planview technical expert. It is not particularly intuitive. It slows us down in reporting the big picture to management."
"The scheduling's kind of clunky in terms of its ability for us to see what stage work is at. They could have done better with that. It can be difficult to use."
"The only area that I can see currently needing improvement is just the modernization of the look and feel of it."
"We don't use the Progression feature. We will use it at some point in time. Until then, we want to have a way to set time to help decide what's in the past, present, and future. It is one of the things we've been discussing with Planview."
monday.com is a cloud-based platform that allows teams to design their own work management software and applications. monday.com is a basic yet intuitive work operating system that facilitates teamwork in these ways:
Allows teams to define workflows
Adapts to changing demands
Allows for collaboration
Eliminates manual grunt work
monday.com is extremely adaptable and may be utilized in any sector and for any workflow. You can build your apps to match your specific operational needs and modify your boards, dashboards, and documents to fit your team properly. It may be used for anything, including projects and procedures, and it can be used across teams, departments, leaders, and organizations.
Here are a few examples of how monday.com software can be put to good use:
monday.com has many valuable features. Some of the most useful ones include:
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Reviews from Real Users
monday.com stands out among its competitors for a number of reasons. Two major ones are its task status feature and its ability to integrate with external apps. PeerSpot users take note of the advantages of these features in their reviews:
Ben D., Front End Developer at a marketing services firm, writes of the product, “Their flagship feature, what used to be called the pulse, is great. Pulse offers great management. Being able to see everything at a glance and check task status, is wonderful. They use subtasks and the simple aspects of task management have been really helpful.”
Another PeerSpot reviewer, the Head of Projects at Smart Media SA, notes, “The boards offer an amazing and clear view of my tasks, campaigns, and progress. Automations especially with Slack and Outlook help with keeping my team up-to-date always. Graphs and charts are valuable for reporting purposes and to track progress made. Workforms/surveys are valuable and a very cool added feature.”
Planview Portfolios enables enterprises to accelerate strategic execution by integrating business and technology planning, optimizing all resources, and delivering breakthrough products, services, and customer experiences to achieve maximum business performance.
Planisware is ranked 9th in Project Portfolio Management with 4 reviews while Planview Portfolios is ranked 3rd in Project Portfolio Management with 16 reviews. Planisware is rated 7.8, while Planview Portfolios is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Planisware writes "Capably brings single source of truth to enterprise project portfolio management; provides consequential, flexible data display with effective visualization; integrated use of Agile, Kanban ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Planview Portfolios writes "Helps prioritize projects, share the big picture with management, and has a great planning capacity". Planisware is most compared with Planview PPM Pro, Jira, SAP Portfolio and Project Management, Broadcom Clarity PPM and Asana, whereas Planview Portfolios is most compared with Planview PPM Pro, Broadcom Clarity PPM, JIRA Portfolio, SAP Portfolio and Project Management and LeanIX. See our Planisware vs. Planview Portfolios report.
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