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Migrating from Oracle Primavera to Microsoft Project Online

admin | February 25th, 2020

These days, more and more organizations are looking to make the switch from Oracle Primavera to Microsoft Project Online. This decision can be driven by the need to move to a cloud-based SaaS solution, or simply because the organization wants a better user experience and increased flexibility for managing projects and portfolios.

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UMT360 extends Project for the Web capabilities

admin | February 24th, 2020

Project for the web marks the next chapter for Microsoft Project, providing a distinctive modern web interface and user experience for managing work of any size. In this post, we’ll explore how you can quickly add the robust portfolio management capabilities needed to help you accelerate business transformation.

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Gartner Market Guide Confirms Strategy Execution Requires The Right Tools.

Hubie Sturtevant | December 17th, 2019

The most recent Gartner Market Guide for Strategy Execution Management features a simple but profound statement: “Strategy should always drive what we decide to do and how we decide to do it.” Take it from a company who has been saying essentially the same thing for years, that quote really nails it.

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Using Microsoft Teams collaboration capabilities with UMT360

admin | December 12th, 2019

Many organizations are in the process of moving from Skype to Microsoft Teams. In addition to providing the ability to message and call team members, Microsoft Teams also provides great team collaboration capabilities. Let’s take a look at how to leverage those capabilities in conjunction with UMT360.

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What Are The Keys To Mastering Portfolio Management?

Ben Chamberlain | December 9th, 2019

Chances are good that if you’re not already acting on a mandate from your executives to drive business transformation, you’re looking for a way to do just that. But if you approach this challenge focused only on project execution, you’ll soon discover that driving transformation without first connecting execution to strategy is next to impossible.

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