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Likelihood to Recommend
Oracle Primavera Portfolio Management is a utilitarian product of a yesteryear gone by. It's straightforward and to the point. It is well suited for a customer base who is not interested in frills, portability, or a multitude of OOTB ability. It's for those who like to restrict and manage all control over users, code in queries, functions, and create customized reports for end users. It does what it does very well however, just do not expect it to be pretty. It's a 2007 product, so curb your excitement. It does handle all aspects of portfolio management well; financials, budgeting, spend plans, contracts, projects, staffing, workflows, etc... however, it is not intuitive to navigate, and will require some training.
- Project Task & Graphics Manipulations
- Relatively Responsive in Comparison to Similar Tools
- Simple Information Extraction
- The system feels a bit manual at times, primarily in entry.
- Graphics could used to be spruced up to deliver more professionally looking outputs.
When compared to the likes of the field, Oracle is the least friendly in regards to being accessible to the team with Smartsheet working the most favorably in that aspect. Otherwise, Oracle's PM program is more intuitive than Microsoft Project, has more features when compared to Smartsheet, and is more organized than Wrike. Additionally, it's the only tool that is simple to extract good data and visual directions for next steps.
Return on Investment
- Return on Investment achieved, since projects are launched on time.
- Meeting Quarterly Forecasts, since projects are organized via easy to understand gantt chart.
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