Clarizen: A plug-and-play PMIS
Updated November 02, 2021

Clarizen: A plug-and-play PMIS

Rebekah Ryan, PMP | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Clarizen One

Currently, Clarizen is being used by only a small subset of our organization—mostly just our team; with the possibility of it being rolled out to other teams in the future. We use Clarizen as the foundation to manage our implementation and migration projects—internal and client-facing. Clarizen helps provide a clear picture to each of us as PMs, our management and leaders, and our clients in regards to our project progress. It ensures that we are tracking appropriately, allows us to maintain accountability to our internal resources, but also the client, and can be used upwards to reflect team capacity, ability to meet key performance metrics, and overall project success.

Pros

  • Project tracking
  • KPI / KPA measuring
  • Project process documenting

Cons

  • Meeting management
  • Integration with Outlook or JIRA
  • Better client facing views to share
  • Allows visibility to when we begin to realize contract value.
  • Allwos us to review gaps or inefficiencies in our project timelines.
  • Allows us to review our project timelines and condense.
Clarizen has a cleaner, easier-to-use UI than both Wrike and Microsoft Project in my opinion. Clarizen is overall pretty intuitive and you can use it on a daily basis to manage your projects without it taking up an exorbitant amount of time. Although I would say Wrike is similar, its functionality seems a bit more limited and it comes off as a bit more basic in comparison.

Do you think Planview AdaptiveWork delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Planview AdaptiveWork's feature set?

Yes

Did Planview AdaptiveWork live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Planview AdaptiveWork go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Planview AdaptiveWork again?

Yes

I truly think Clarizen is a great project management tool. I have used others and they do not come close to the ease of use and the functionality that Clarizen currently has to offer. Outside of what we (myself/my team) use it for on a regular basis, I know there are also even more reporting and resource allocation capabilities that Clarizen offers. I think Clarizen has a lot of potential to become the staple for many organization's project management teams.

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