I'm interested in experiences people have had when implementing a Project Management Office (PMO) tool, such as Planview Enterprise One.
What does a typical timeline look like?
Thanks for your help.
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Hello @Allan Shafer, @Kelly Brummond, @Ray Veenema, @Roderic Person, @Keith Kennedy and @ProjectMan83637,
Can you please help @Jennifer Kelly by sharing your personal experience with Planview?
Hi @Jennifer Kelly,
Having in mind that it depends on the various parameters such as the maturity level of the organization, the readiness of the processes, the scope, the tool scale and capabilities, etc) very roughly speaking the timeline varies between 3-6 months (turnkey + training + go-live support).
Please, check Micro Focus PPM and Aangine case studies.
Sparx Systems Enterprise Architecture is a comprehensive all-in-one modelling tool. With ARIS, you need to buy different licences for Business Process and UML modelling. SSEA is a very extensive (and budget friendly) modelling tool. Includes notations like Archimate, BPMN, UML. If you are only interested in modelling Business Processes, use ARIS or IBM Blueworks. If you are looking for a SDLC type modelling tool, please use SSEA . I have no experience on IBM Blueworks.