Friday Aug 08, 2014
Wednesday Aug 06, 2014
By Sylvie MacKenzie, Director, Marketing-Oracle on Aug 06, 2014
Governance: Ensure alignment of strategy, execution and results.
Resource Management: Support top-down and bottom-up resource requests and staffing processes and make it easy for project and resource managers to communicate their requirements and decisions throughout a project’s lifecycle. Provide a graphical analysis of resource and role utilization in order to help project teams manage resources in a dynamic environment and allow managers to see where resources are being used across all programs and projects, as well as their forecasted future use.
Communication and Collaboration: Quickly record, access, and review elements often to determine the successful outcome of a project. Adopting the ‘one single view of the truth' approach enables you to store everything about your project in a single, secure place enabling visibility into any potential issues or delays via workflows and alerts.
Reporting and Analytics: Deliver timely information for accurate decision making.
Cost Management: Roll up all costs to a central cost sheet normalized by a robust cost code structure, where project cost information is available for drill down by work package or for the entire project.
Cash Flow Management: Reliably forecast final costs by taking into account actuals to date, changes, trends, and risks over time.
Funds Management: Leverage a funds management capability that is fully integrated with the cost sheet, ensuring visibility of funding against project budgets, actual spend, and forecasted spend.
Document Management: Ensure that everyone is always working on the most-current versions, for storage of attachments, file control access, e-mail alerts, and version control.
Contract Management: Manage all of your contracts regardless of type, from simple material procurement to complex construction contracts and capture all relevant contract details.
Change Management: Manage all transactions leading up to and resulting in a schedule or cost change using approval workflows
Thursday Jun 26, 2014
By Sylvie MacKenzie, Director, Marketing-Oracle on Jun 26, 2014
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Monday May 19, 2014
By Melissa Centurio Lopes on May 19, 2014
The last eighteen months have seen incredible activity within Oracle Primavera, with two significant acquisitions, movement of key applications to the Cloud, and new solutions being offered to the market.Oracle’s leadership in the enterprise project portfolio management space continues to grow, with exciting new solution areas being developed to solve historically un-served needs. Watch Paul Verveniotis keynote at Oracle Industry Connect to hear an update of current activities and how his Product Strategy team are paving the way to revolutionary capabilities that will transform EPPM.
Monday Apr 14, 2014
By Sylvie MacKenzie, Director, Marketing-Oracle on Apr 14, 2014
Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
By Melissa Centurio Lopes on Mar 25, 2014
As the business impact of project portfolios grows,
organizations worldwide are challenged to deliver operational excellence,
maintain financial discipline, and mitigate risks.
Watch a series of short videos from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) , and download EIU reports to get unique insights into how enterprise project portfolio management (EPPM) can help. Listen to senior executives at global organizations as they discuss how to plan, resource, execute, and assess projects—and what to do if things go wrong.
Listen to the following experts:
NASA, Chief Knowledge Officer
Conoco-Phillips, Senior Vice President of Project Development and Procurement
DuPont Vice, President of Corporate Supply Chains and Central Competency
US Department of Energy’s Office of Project Management and Evaluation
Fluor Corporation, Senior Vice President
CH2M Hill, Senior Vice President and Programme Manager
American Water Company, Vice President of Operations
Voltaix, LLC - Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology
Gates Corporation, President and COO
- 1: IDENTIFY - what to build and where to build it
- Providing Individualized Content to Clients and Employees
- Shared Insight: Utilities Power Up with Lifecycle Approach to Capital Projects
- Five Competitive Killers in the Manufacturing “Engineer to Order” Process
- Two Worlds Colliding
- How can I deliver better projects in my Smart City?
- Solve the Decommissioning Dilemma
- New Report and Benchmark Assessment: The Secret to Reducing Shutdown Risks
- Oracle Delivers a New Contract Management Solution Customized for Engineering and Construction
- Five Reasons to Move to Cloud-Based Enterprise Project Portfolio Management
- /Capital Projects and Program Management
- /Enterprise PMO
- /Maintenance Operations Support
- /New product Development
- /Process Improvement
- /Project Manufacturing