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Score 7.8 out of 100
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Likelihood to Recommend

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

PVE1 is ideally suited for a mature enterprise. One with a need to map strategies to outcomes, one with top-down support and direction that will ensure its data integrity and value on a persistent basis. It is not suited for project execution or collaboration. It is best served as the system of record for project intake, resource management, and performance reporting.
Brian Tharp, PMP | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Innotas is able to handle a mid-size organization extremely well, but due to its poor searching features, I can see potential problems for extremely large organizations. So a key question to ask would be what is the size of your organization? A lot of tasks are also non-automated (such as dashboard refreshing and filter time updates), so the organization should also be willing to have a decent number of employees who will maintain the system.

Also, depending on the budget or expertise of the organization's employees, an organization may want to consider a newer or more advanced database software. Despite Innotas doing what is required of it reasonably effectively, it is likely better options exist.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

  • Planview Enterprise (PVE) provides end-to-end work management for the full spectrum of work types in one tool. Traditional project work can be fully implemented with detailed or summarized WBS, stage gates, workflow management and content management. Non-project work can be tracked in a variety of ways. There is even an option for "ticket" type work. PVE provides 4 types of resource assignments to attach people to work; each with flexible configuration options to meet the need of the organization.
  • Planview Enterprise provides robust Rating and Financial Planning capabilities, and they continue to grow in this area of the tool. Rates can be driven by attribute-based rate cards or by attaching the exact rate to the individual resource. Multiple override functions exist that allow work to be configured with the exact rates when the work is the exception to the rule. All effort data captured in the tool (both from manual entry and/or ported over from the work plans) is converted into financial data with just a few clicks. And, portfolio management of this data is easily delivered on screen.
  • The analytic options available in Planview Enterprise are broad and easily made available to the appropriate audience. They are graphic, but also drillable to the desired level of detail to facilitate analysis.
Sheri Millar | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

  • Gives insight to the breadth of your project portfolio. When everybody has their wishlist of what they want done, Innotas shows what is being achieved, and by whom. That is crucial data for management.
  • Exposes resource over-utilization. When a developer is committed to more than one project, it drags down both. Every additional project reduces a developer's productivity.
  • Provides visibility to the project timelines. Management doesn't just want their wishlist completed, they need to know how long it will take. Innotas helps provide the high-level view they need to control the flow.
Adam Marley | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

  • With power comes complexity. Users are sometimes not sure of which screen to use for certain activities. Planview has done a good job of improving the UI over the year but there are still some areas that could be simplified for the users.
  • The financial planning module does not offer enough granularity to track non-labor costs at a detailed level. Costs are grouped by unique attributes. If I want to track the purchase of 10 servers individually within a single project, I need to use a different tool.
Allan Shafer | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

  • Needs simplification of reporting capabilities.
  • During implementation, needs to improve upon understanding the customer base and their processes so that the customer can be guided how to get the best utlization of the program for their needs. Continual hands-on support and review of the customer's system could be helpful as new capabilities are implemented.
  • Could use a slicker look and feel to the resource capacity planning process/screens.
Jeremy C. Porter | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux) 6.8
Based on 9 answers
We have been a Planview customer since 1999 and have seen it grow and mature as a tool. We have looked at other tools and have found that PV continues to meet our needs and is easy for our resources to use. They work to stay up on the project management industry and the direction it is going, keep on on current technology so that we can work more effectively, provide excellent customer support and have great pricing for what they offer. We can purchase only the modules we need versus buying a tool where we would only use a portion of the functionality.
Carol Higgins | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 9.9
Based on 10 answers
As I previously stated I am no longer in the role where I acted as Innotas admin, but because our license has been twice renewed since initial deployment and since I am in the business and have used the IT request process I created and have not heard anything to the contrary
David Hill | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux) 7.0
Based on 2 answers
The previous version didn't have as many rich features available on the web (right clicks, sub-menus, etc.) that would have sped up productivity on many screens.
Melissa Pershing, PMP | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 9.0
Based on 4 answers
Still cumbersome in some areas. It really depends on the individual. I've seen very smart developers who get lost just managing tasks and logging time. Whereas others use the system with ease
Jeremy C. Porter | TrustRadius Reviewer

Reliability and Availability

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux) 10.0
Based on 1 answer
We are long time Planview users and its availability is only limited to our internal SLAs for nightly backups. I have never experienced any unexpected or prolonged software downtime from Planview itself.
Carol Higgins | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 9.0
Based on 2 answers
Innotas is very rarely down if at all.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Performance

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 4.0
Based on 1 answer
interface and response is sluggish
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux) 8.2
Based on 6 answers
Any issue is addressed correctly within the right amount of time. Sometimes it takes a while to be aligned on the request and to have a solution, but it doesn't happen frequently. There is a ticketing system where I can track all my requests that could be improved a little bit.
Marco De Angelis | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 10.0
Based on 4 answers
Their ability to assist and answer questions when needed is incredible. They create innovative ways to share information and help customers trouble shoot. I didn't give it a ten because I believe they could do a better job of personally reaching out to customers and providing improvement guidance based on where the customer is at and their needs at the time
Jeremy C. Porter | TrustRadius Reviewer

In-Person Training

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 10.0
Based on 1 answer
Tim Srjezter was an excellent trainer.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux) 8.5
Based on 2 answers
Always have a pre-implementation meeting or conference call with Planview to ensure all are on the same page, disclosure of all and any customization (including reports) and plan for support after implementation of a specified amount of time with the assigned implementation resource. And document everything
Carol Higgins | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) 9.9
Based on 3 answers
It's been since 2009. A lot has changed. We have not grown as much as we could have because of executive backing.
Catherine Moreno, PMP | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

We made the tool selection back in 2002. Most competitors are now gone or purchased by someone else. At that time they were one of the few companies who had a somewhat mature and configurable budget module. We were also coming out of an Access environment, so we were comfortable with the "Excel spreadsheet" look of the tool.
Dawn Acosta | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

We use both to allocate time and track hours, however, while both are different, they serve some similarities. Planview PPM Pro is well suited for the HR side of allocating hours while VSTS is better for planning workloads using Agile Scrum Methodology.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

  • Planview Enterprise has provided concrete data to support adding members to teams that are over utilized.
  • Planview Enterprise has helped us make data-driven decisions about which projects to continue, pause or cancel.
  • Planview Enterprise has helped us quickly show executives which projects need their attention.
Bradford Newton | TrustRadius Reviewer

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

  • Some users think it's time consuming, although if they were trained properly and understood the benefits of Innotas, it may be different. So, possibly having quick tips within Innotas to help users better navigate and use the system itself.
  • It's definitely been a huge help with reporting statuses of projects and being able to hire additional resources when people are overloaded.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

Pricing Details

Planview Enterprise One (formerly Planview Enterprise and Troux)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional

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