Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)

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Score 10 out of 10
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[Planview] PPM Pro [(formerly Innotas)] is used to manage our portfolio of IT projects across the enterprise. It is also used for resource management and time entry. We use the tool to prioritize project work intake and monitor ongoing execution of projects. Reporting and dashboards are used to provide visibility to stakeholders and executive leaders.
  • The configurability of PPM Pro is the best I have seen in any of the PPM Pro tools I have used in my career. We are able to configure work flows that integrate into multiple PPM processes and integrate or isolate those processes with the others as needed.
  • The reporting capability is on par, and in many cases better, than other tools I have used. The ability to combine data elements and perform create unique calculations for reports is the best I have encountered.
  • The tools available for resource management are robust and provide great visibility into resource capacity and unfilled demand.
  • The integrations with the other tools in the Planview product line allow a full range of planning, management, and team activities in a format that suits the needs of each individual team.
  • The base API is not a REST based interface and is difficult to use for integration with other systems in the enterprise.
  • The UI for the maintenance of the task schedule for projects can be a bit cumbersome , although the spreadsheet style editor helps somewhat. The Gantt view is not interactive.
  • The workflow engine is designed only for initial project intake, and does not allow for an integration of the work flow with the project from start to end, so it can't be used for routing artifacts like change requests, ancillary project approvals, etc.
Overall, [Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)] is simply the best PPM tool I have used in my career. Gartner says it is one of the best, and the use of the system bears this out.
The ability to configure intake workflows to gather the information needed to make decisions on project prioritization, is easily handled with the configuration capabilities of [Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)]. We can gather the information decision makers need, provide them with objective scoring information, and do so from a customizable list of contributors at each stage in the workflow process.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use it to track all IT Project Requests and track IT labor against those projects. We track project portfolios by business unit. In addition to Projects we also track Administrative, Operational, and Small Enhancement activities. Also use it to manage resources - to see what percent they are allocated for current and future project tasks.
  • Portfolio Management
  • Labor Reporting
  • Resource Management
  • Reporting (but we are looking forward to Reports 2.0)
  • Field level security
Well suited for Project Portfolio Management - gives visibility to all portfolios and projects within. We are not using it for the individual project management activities - not as a methodology

Would like to explore the Project Request stage gate process/workflow.
This is an area we want to explore further - currently not using

For Project Requests: review, approval workflow, scoring, alignment with strategy, prioritization, etc.
Jennifer McQuaid | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Planview in out IT and Project Management departments currently. We will be expanding to other departments soon. PPM Pro addresses simplifying project governance, tracking time, and reporting. The program has helped eliminate the need for manually updating our project portfolio. We were also able to eliminate manually updating time spent on projects into an excel spreadsheet. This has also helped with errors in reporting time on the wrong projects.
  • Customized reports and dashboards help to easily view projects
  • Capacity and demand reports help see staffing needs and if resources are over staffed.
  • In depth customer experience helps us build out based on our needs.
  • The search feature in Help could be improved sometimes it's difficult to find what I need.
  • The permissions can be confusing. Even after training sessions sometimes it is difficult to follow.
  • It would be helpful to have a log of reports and filters created. Ours got overwhelming very quickly.
It is excellent for reporting to Executives and managers. Very easy to visualize statuses, so if projects are over budget or out of scope. You can easily setup portfolios for different departments. It is great for seeing what your teams are spending their time on. You can also see if you need to hire staff.
We have created risk assessments. We have started keeping better track of budgets. Also seeing picture of staffing. We can really see where are resources are focused.
Score 9 out of 10
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Planview PPM Pro is used across our Enterprise to capture insights into RBC's total investment in its initiative portfolio, helping us manage both investment and execution risk while also ensuring optimal value realization.
  • Aggregation of work items into strategic portfolios
  • Project lifecycle gating - ensuring steps are completed before proceeding to next gate
  • Comparison of actual/forecast spend to approved budget
  • Risk and issue tracking
  • Better tracking of benefit milestones (OKRs)
  • More intuitive interfaces
  • Speed of refresh
Excellent tool for tracking projects that follow traditional methodologies have a defined beginning and end.
Some challenges exist in leveraging the tool for Agile/persistent teams where multiple projects are being delivered on very short time cycles that don't align with how funding is approved.
Initiatives are tagged to key drivers and type attributes that allows for portfolio investment to be balanced to achieve transformative, high benefit yielding initiatives while still maintaining a healthy level of maintenance type project work.
Score 7 out of 10
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Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) was implemented as our Enterprise Portfolio Tracking Tool to have a central system for all project data, financials, time tracking, and reporting. It is being used by the PMO to tracking incoming requests and manage project data and financials. Our IT and Business Departments track time to projects in the timesheet management module.
  • New request workflow/kanban board helps visualize where new requests are in the process of the quote to cash/request to completion
  • The time tracking tool is tied directly to project tasks for seamless integration of time tracking, estimates, and actuals
  • The reporting capabilities and ease of use has allowed us visibility to data that we never had before
  • The tool is easily configurable by Administrators. We can add fields, change reports, add new dashboards within hours vs. days of trying to track things manually
  • Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) does not fully support agile methodologies from a task and time tracking perspective. It is based on the notion of assigning specific resources to projects and tasks. For fully agile companies, we need to be able to create Teams, with specific roles assigned to each time and/or people assigned to teams, so we can assign the Team and estimate to the task and the data by role will associate. We logged an enhancement with Planview for this.
  • The project list needs to be viewable in a kanban form
  • The request and project data should be directly tied together, not via an association, so they can travel the kanban process together and simplify reporting
  • Timesheet alerts should be set by user type, not all or nothing
Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) is perfect for waterfall or mostly waterfall shops. If you are an agile shop, you need to implement Lean Kit or will not have the agile capabilities. We had success linking VersionOne to Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) through lean kit but it is a lot of maintenance to keep adding fields, and this does not fully support a feature team link to time tracking.
We have implemented project prioritization, WSFJ, and enterprise risk scoring. All of these have provided a level of visibility we did not have before to ensure we are working on the highest priority items and providing visibility to leadership on critical items.
Score 8 out of 10
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We have over 2000 active users from many different business areas addressing many types of projects. We are using it to solve the issues around transparency and financial justification.
  • Work intake with the request module.
  • Dashboards and reports with the latest release.
  • Financial reporting of capital and non capital expenses.
  • Tighter integration with their work collaboration tool called Projectplace.
  • Improve mass updating features when using more than one project category.
  • Include metrics around usage and adoption rates.
Best utilized with out-of-the-box functionality. Try to limit customizations unless you have a team to support them.
Our strategic work intake process has been built with PPM Pro. Our multi-gate review process and project collaboration has given us the ability to align our strategic intent with our project investments.
Score 8 out of 10
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We are using the tool to track portfolios and projects within the portfolios. We utilize reporting and the dashboards as well to track our metrics: scope, schedule, resources, status, and financials.
  • Dashboards
  • Reports
  • Financials
  • Copy/paste
  • Email the task assignments you're assigned to.
I think it is easy to use once it is set up. But, it does take someone who knows the backend quite well to set it up.
It helps with our monthly report out to the business.
Score 9 out of 10
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We are using it to manage our major projects and portfolio, making it a central location for our global departments and Associates to track and update. This also allows our c-suite to have a view of what is going on with the company globally.
  • Organizing projects into a portfolio or category
  • The new reporting and dashboard tools is AMAZING
  • Drilldowns are great for going into the detail information
  • Creating custom fields is useful to help accommodate the variety of needs each department has
  • I wish there was a way to add a table matrix, to help populate or pull data for certain fields.
  • It does get frustrating or confusing to figure out if I need to go to Resources or User to look over a person's account
  • One of our external contacts had a hard time logging into a project, even though we were told it was possible to have that.
  • I wish we knew of an upload tool for helping update the resources in PPMPro, since many times people leave, arrive, or change titles
[I feel] It is most suited for waterfall project management, PMBOK project management process, and to have an overview of projects. But I wouldn't use it for agile methodology (Planview's Leankit tool is good for that!).
We haven't used some of that, at the moment it is more externally done but hopefully we can move away from that. We also are currently using Spigit for a lot of that pre-aligning.
Score 9 out of 10
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We are using it to manage our project portfolio, track project time for OIT, and to manage projects at a high level. It is also used for management reporting.
  • Reporting on Current, Future, On Hold projects
  • Allows for time tracking
  • Allows for filtering on projects, resources, organization
  • Being able to manage tasks at a more detailed level, and allow key project members to update easily
  • Hoping that R2D2 provides for easier set up/maintenance of reports
  • Some of the admin functions are not straight forward
Well suited for Portfolio management. Not well suited for project managment with details and allowing team members ease of updating.
Once we added a service to each project we could use that to assist in aligning projects to key objectives
Score 10 out of 10
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Used by a department that manages strategic business plan projects across the organization. The tool allows for visibility and reporting of our projects to stakeholders at all levels.
  • Customer Support and Engagement
  • Continuous Monthly Product Upgrades and Enhancements
  • Easy system to configure and manage
  • Risk Management and Matrix
  • Request Scoring and Reporting
  • Trending Reports
Planview PPM Pro is good for smaller organizations looking to introduce more rigor in their project management framework/process. It has the ability to scale to handle more complex environments and has ancillary tools to support your way of working and collaborating.
Requests are captured, scored, and prioritized. Gating and category balancing is being introduced to help with our focus and schedule from a portfolio level.
Score 6 out of 10
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Planview PPM Pro is used by IT in my company especially for capacity management and resource management. The challenge that we have in terms of managing the portfolio is arriving at the different projects within a portfolio and ensuring that the capacity that we have meets the need. When we do the portfolio planning, the tool helps us a lot in doing so, and from the reporting perspective, it provides a good overview of where time is spent as compared to what was planned, which I feel is key for a standard project and portfolio management
  • Capacity Management
  • Resource Management
  • TIme Tracking
  • Financial Management
  • Reporting
  • Dashboard
  • Agile Project Management
  • Integration with tool such as PowerBI
  • Connectivity to Azure DevOps/Jira
Planview PPM Pro is well suited for managing capacity, resource allocation, time tracking, and traditional project delivery. Planview PPM Pro has limitations when it comes to Agile project delivery.
We haven't used the PPA or request module of Planview PPM Pro as we continue to track them on the excel sheet
Score 9 out of 10
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We use it primarily for portfolio management and for resource allocations across our centralized IT division. We also do quite a bit of reporting to management and provide project status updates via PPM Pro. We track project requests up through the approval process when they are promoted to projects.
  • Resource allocations.
  • Project tracking.
  • Portfolio management.
  • Task management.
  • Agile projects.
This is great for medium to large projects. It may be overkill for smaller projects.
We have used the request feature to align with our governance process. Each request is "tracked" for risk scoring and then sent to each decision body for formal project approval.
Score 10 out of 10
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PPM Pro is currently being used in EchoStar's IT department. IT projects are tracked using PPM Pro as well as reporting to upper and senior management. The Accounting department is also using it to track their projects and report to their upper/senior management. We also use it for some time keeping.<br>Centralizing our project tracking solves the business problem of multiple applications being used.
  • Project planning and management
  • Resource management
  • Reporting capabilities
  • Time Tracking for resources
  • Highlights milestones for reporting to senior management
  • Dashboards
  • Creation of reports.
  • Dashboards. Creating dashboards should not be as complex as it currently is.
  • Permissions. The current way permissions are set up is also very complex and really does not need to be.
  • Task baselining
I like being able to access one area and get updates on projects, see where resources are spending their time. Reporting and Dashboards (once you are able to get familiar with them) are pretty awesome. We use the Dashboard feature to report to our senior management every Monday. It is also great for project management and scheduling.
Use of requests to begin our process of approval on starting a project. Once approval has been received, we associate that request with a project. We align the projects with the IT strategic categories to ensure teams are going in the business goal direction.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use PPM Pro across a few business units to manage work intake (Requests) and to track small to large projects (Project). PPM Pro allowed us to highly customize these entities for each of our business units and applications. We also have a few teams that take advantage of the WS-API access to automate data loads and to pull data into other internal applications.
  • First and foremost, the technical support has always been top notch.
  • We rely heavily on the integrations team and they provide great service.
  • Self-Service Admin really takes the product to a new level.
  • Great communication of product release features and roadmapping.
  • Dependent field logic would be a nice add and I know it's on their roadmap for 2021!
  • Ability to customize email notifications within the core product could be more robust.
PPM Pro makes project management very simple. We don't even take advantage of the financial tracking and force-to-load abilities of the product but we really like how we can customize the product to support such a varied set of applications and users.

We also just started expanding the use of Requests to manage work flow. The ability to establish different gates with different conditions and settings at each gate is terrific.
Our applications of PPM Pro have always been focused heavily on project tracking and honestly have not taken advantage of the scoring and prioritization features offered by PPM Pro, mostly due to limited resources within our teams. However, the product can do so much more and it's our intention for 2021 to explore these areas. The new Request entity has opened up a whole new area for us and the ability to associate these with projects could be a game changer for us.
Score 10 out of 10
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Used across the organization to submit requests for projects and a few other specialized requests, and used extensively by the associates in the PMO for project management. Also used to present project portfolio reporting to senior management.
  • Project management
  • Request Management
  • Aggregated reporting
  • As a hosted online system, it is not particularly fast. Improvement has been made in the area of project task management, but task management is still not as fast as we would like.
  • We would like to see the ability to import project tasks from a spreadsheet. Currently, the only import source for project tasks is from a MS Project file.
  • We would like the ability to edit project Resources in the spreadsheet editor and in bulk edit.
  • We would like to be able to add our own fields to the Resources entity.
PPM Pro is a great project portfolio management system for small to medium sized institutions. It has all of the features that we need and is reasonably priced. Product support is truly outstanding. Planview seems committed to continued development of the product. We manage projects using the traditional waterfall method and PPM Pro works really well for us. Planview has other products for companies that use Agile methods.

One of the reasons we selected PPM Pro was its ability to aggregate and report multiple projects in a dashboard format that did not require product licenses to consume. It does really well at that. The beta version of reports and dashboards seem to be an outstanding improvement. We also wanted a way to track human resource utilization. PPM Pro does a great job of that as well.
We code each project with a business objective and use that to create reporting for our senior management. This gave us the ability to report the number of projects by business objective. We have recently begun utilizing the timesheet functionality to capture time data. Reporting person-hours spent by business objective is becoming much more meaningful. We are also looking into tracking project costs this year so we can report the actual spend by objective as well.
Patti Jansen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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It is being used by several departments, but not across the whole enterprise. We use it for status reporting to executives, some portfolio management, scheduling, project management, and some timekeeping. It helps ensure we have one location for the single source and updated truth about a project.
  • Allowing highlighting of milestones on an executive status.
  • Using reports and dashboards to create an executive view.
  • Project schedules online.
  • Needs task baselining.
  • It is very complex with all its capabilities and could use a way to simplify. For instance, using LeanKit, Pro and ProjecPlace together are not always clear for the best use.
Pro is best suited for traditional project management and scheduling. Dashboards and reports are very good for executive status reporting. Pro is less appropriate for large enterprise capabilities and agile work. Though more is being integrated from LeanKit all the time, which should address that shortcoming.
We have used requests to help with project intake and use prioritization to help understand which projects are more important than others. We are able to align projects with groups who are doing the work and understand the resources that would be used for the projects. We also align the projects with the IT strategic categories to understand where the majority of our projects are (whether keep the lights on or strategic or customer-focused projects.)
February 12, 2021

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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) as part of our IT service delivery projects. The product assists in assigning and scheduling resources.
  • Scheduling
  • Custom integrations
  • Time sheets and approval
  • Assigning resources to a task (they are currently working on a new feature to assist)
They have several applications that are integrated so I'm not sure there is a scenario in which this would not work.
The largest internal benefit is dashboards that allow visibility into the PMO projects.
Score 8 out of 10
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[Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)] is being used across the whole IT organization. It help with time tracking, project budgets, forecasts, reports and dashboards. Numerous other uses as well used for invoice reconciliation or managing expenses etc.
  • Customization of Reporting and Dashboards
  • Time tracking breakdown and visability
  • Permission profile setup based on roles and group settings
  • Customer Service for training or troubleshooting
  • Innovative way to refine current processes
  • Sharing new innovations new beta testing and sharing upcoming capabilities through Webinar
  • History breakdown for time tracking per timesheet
  • Bulk edit custom rates
  • Autonomous Time tracking through 3rd party inegration
  • API capability for custom setup
  • Option to have a training video on any new capability at the new page rather than searching for it though archives
Well - Suited:
Customization of reports for different department managers and needs
Automating reports for 3rd party vendors through dashboards without providing access to all information
quick access to project budget breakdown and setting up gateway to set up new project

Not so well-suited:
Complete integration with dev platforms like Rally without using a 2nd platform like Tasktop
Running multiple large dashboards with years of data and it slows down the platform itself
Cannot provide detailed breakdown of timesheet tracking when each time in entered
By creating custom fields that match our dev platform we are able to align projects and its corresponding priorities appropriately.

We match our project breakdowns such as features/ user stories/ task for resources to enter time accordingly and compare time spend and budget allocations accordingly.

We have more have more than 20 different dashboards per department that shows monthly burn, velocity per project and overall budget spent to make sure the upper management can view and take action based on historical values.

Score 9 out of 10
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Our organization uses three Planview Applications (PPM Pro, LeanKit and Projectplace). Employees across the entire organization are using the applications; specifically for Intake and Prioritization, Portfolio and Project Management, Resourcing, Reports and Dashboards within the PPM Pro arena. Financial Management will be more formally used once we finish the integration in March 2021 and Earned Value Management shortly after that.
LeanKit is used across the organization for individuals, teams and departments, some departments are a bit more agile-like but not formally used.
Projectplace is our least used application but has a number of different uses that would be good to roll out over the next year.
The suite allows users the option of which tool best fits their needs in the project management space and we are looking forward to the Phase 2 LeanKit/PPM Pro integration to use the suite more fully.
  • High Level of Customer Service across the organization. Our organization is treated by Planview as a valued partner. Individuals at Planview go the extra mile to answer questions, assist with support tickets, assist with integration needs and more.
  • The success.planview.com website is a great resource and kept updated. The help guides, videos and search function allow individuals to answer their own questions - is definitely preferred by our busy employees.
  • The suite of products allows many strategic benefits across the organization in the portfolio and project management space.
  • Reports are a bit quirky given the different targets (organization, portfolios, projects, resources, etc.) and the different categories. For example when you want to combine different types of data in the same report and or filter it doesn't always work the first time. Additionally if you create a report at an organization level and want the same report at the project level - sometimes it doesn't work as one would expect it to.
  • Working within the task grid is slower than other tools and has some quirks. It has been very frustrating for users that put in their tasks and dates and then change the constraint type and all dates are then adjusted. The task grid could be a bit more user friendly.
  • Within PPM Pro, sometimes there is so much configurability that it takes time to do simple tasks and sometimes there is not enough configurability. Overall it just takes a bit of time to know which features have what options.
  • Adding actual time within tasks is not as user friendly as some other tools. It requires either each individual to enter their time on tasks or to use a time integration.
Overall I would highly recommend PPM Pro to a colleague and other other organizations.
PPM Pro is well-suited to scenarios where Organization wide (Department/Portfolio) KPI's and metrics are desired. The product allows for much customization within the various features, such as having many different project categories, portfolios, resource views, financial summaries, etc.
It takes a general user a bit more time than some other project management software programs to become proficient. So I would not recommend PPM Pro to colleagues that need just a few users to handle general project management.
The organization as a whole is maturing within the Portfolio management space. Certain areas fully use requests and prioritizations, but not as a whole organization yet.
February 20, 2021

Planview PPM Pro

Score 9 out of 10
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We use Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) primarily by the Project Management department but is also being utilized across the whole organization. Mainly using this product for project and resource management. Utilizing the report and dashboard capabilities for visibility into projects and resource management.
  • Has robust reporting capabilities for transparency into projects and resource management.
  • Ability to customize project tasks again for transparency into projects.
  • Resource management allows oversight into particular resources and what they are working on.
  • Could have more/better reporting capability. That is currently being worked on to be released later this year.
Allows for basic functionality into the oversight of projects.
Being able to prioritize the projects has helped the visibility into higher priority projects.
February 16, 2021

Planview Review

Score 8 out of 10
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[Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)] is being used by several departments in my organization (separately). In my department, we use Planview PPM Pro to plan for and manage our human resources across various projects.
  • Data visualization
  • Ability to integrate with other existing systems (e.g. Kronos for timekeeping)
  • Ability to customize reports
  • Faster response time with tickets
[Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)] has been a useful tool in two major ways - it's a repository for historical data for our projects (budgets, staff time, etc.), and also gives us insight into planning needs for our projects into the future.
My department has not yet rolled out the use of those features
Daniel Rolph, MBA, CSM, ITIL | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Innotas is being used by the Information Technology Department to manage projects, manage resource capacity, and manage the project funnel. It solves the problem of ensuring business solutions are delivered to our customers on time and within budget. It also allows us to manager our resource capacity and report up to management through dashboards.
  • Innotas does a great job of predictive modeling to align projects based on resource capacity, given user defined criteria.
  • Innotas has the tools and capabilities to effectively manage the day to day project execution.
  • Innotas has very flexible management reporting with the use of portfolios and dashboards.
  • Innotas synchronizes time reported by associates to tasks that the resources are assigned to in projects.
  • Innotas is accessible from anywhere there is internet access since it is a cloud based application providing flexibility for the user.
  • It would be helpful to provide the ability to link projects and tasks within projects together more effectively to promote program management.
  • Features to promote Agile/SCRUM more effectively would make it easier to integrate all of the projects across our organization.
Innotas is well suited to managing the execution of projects, managing resources, reporting progress and project initiation funnels. Because it is a cloud based solution, entering tasks one by one can be time confusing. I would recommend building new plans in Microsoft Project and importing the tasks into Innotas once the majority of the details are entered.
Score 8 out of 10
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Planview PPM Pro is currently being used by a few divisions in the company. It is being used to manage projects as well as track hours and what tasks individuals are working on for each 40hr workweek.
  • Manage Projects by creating timelines and organization.
  • Allows users to easily track hours and time on their timecards
  • Integrates well with our company's HR dept.
  • The pin feature, where you can pin tasks to the timesheet categories does not always work. Can be fixed to be more reliable.
It is extremely good for having a log of projects and timelines. It works well with multiple users using it at the same time. For time sheets and allocating of hours, there are a few hiccups, but it works well in that it does the job.
Catherine Moreno, PMP | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Innotas is being used for project management and dashboard reporting for IT and company projects.
  • Project Management
  • Dashboard Reporting
  • Support
  • Integration with Outlook.
  • Ghant chart view cuts off the description of the tasks.
  • Bulk edit for resources in projects.
I have loved the product since 2009!
Very responsive and knowledgable!
Not everyone uses it to its full capability.
Dennis Dollins | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Recently had to work with Innotas to do an authentication migration of our existing SSO infrastructure. On this project I'm currently working with about 10 vendors whose SAAS applications that we use that are using SSO. Innotas support in this migration was an oasis in a bleak and parched desert of general pushback, unwillingness to work, and lack of technical knowledge.

The support person I worked with was an 180 degree opposite of my experience with other vendors. Kudos on them for hiring intelligent people willing to go out of their way to insure a customer met their deadlines on a project.
  • Excellent support.
  • I have none to report.

What is Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)?

Planview PPM Pro™ centralizes the management of projects and resources, facilitating governance, and providing visibility for improved decision making. Whether users are just getting started or advancing PMO to the next level, Planview PPM Pro is designed to provide the ability to collect, prioritize, and execute projects, enabling PMOs to focus resources on the work that delivers the most value.

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) Features

  • Supported: Project Portfolio Management
  • Supported: Project and Program Management
  • Supported: Project Analytics, Dashboards and Reports
  • Supported: Time Tracking
  • Supported: Task Management
  • Supported: Resource Management
  • Supported: Demand Management and Resource Capacity Planning
  • Supported: Work Intake and Request Management, Scoring, and Prioritization
  • Supported: Portfolio and Project Financial Management
  • Supported: What-If Scenario Planning
  • Supported: Predictive Portfolio Planning
  • Supported: Application Portfolio Management
  • Supported: Agile Portfolio Management
  • Supported: Team Collaboration
  • Supported: Integration with 3rd Party Enterprise Systems

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) Screenshots

What-If scenario planning for analyzing resource capacity and demand.Portfolio Prioritization using Predictive AnalyticsTrue top-down portfolio structure to categorize and align work to corporate goals and objectives.Resource focused dashboards and reports enable complete visibility of where your resources are being deployed and the demand for them in the future.Configurable reports and dashboards that can be shared among team members or stakeholders.Portfolio Prioritization using Predictive Analytics.Resource workbench to get in-depth resource capacity information at the role, skill, or individual level.Portfolio Prioritization using score, priority, and Gantt.

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Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) Customer Size Distribution

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Enterprises (more than 500 employees)75%

Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) Technical Details

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Supported CountriesGlobal
Supported LanguagesEnglish, German, French, Spanish, Swedish

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)'s top competitors?

Clarizen One, Workfront, and Changepoint are common alternatives for Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas).

What is Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)'s best feature?

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 10.

Who uses Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas)?

The most common users of Planview PPM Pro (formerly Innotas) are from Enterprises and the Information Technology & Services industry.