Project Portfolio Management

10 Best PPM Tools for Your Project Portfolio in 2019

PPM tools allow you to control risks, workforce bandwidth, timeframe for every project, investments, etc. There are tons of tools. How do you know which ones fit the bill? In this article at the Digital Project Manager, Ben Aston provides a list of 10 best PPM tools for your project portfolio in 2019.

2019 PPM Tools

Project portfolio management is a cluster of projects that PPM managers manage. With PPM tools, you can keep track of every project. They also aid in getting the required project details, managing resources, addressing issues, and mitigating risks. Following are the 10 best PPM tools for your project portfolio in 2019:

Synergist: One of the popular PPM tools in the UK, you can handle multiple teams with a resource range between 15 to 600. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $25-65/user/month.

Celoxis: It is an intuitive PPM software as well as a collaboration platform fit for teams. It comes with SaaS and on-premises deployment offerings. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $25/user/month

Workfront: This online tool works best for agencies and IT, marketing, and service teams, provides learning courses and around-the-clock support. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $30/user/month.

Wrike: One of the most popular PPM tools, you can track resources in real-time. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $9.80/user/month.

Oracle Primavera: Its flexibility allows you to configure as many ways as possible. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $2,750.

Deltek Project & Portfolio Management: One of the few tools that can boast of robust data analysis and resource management capabilities, it works only with Windows. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $19/user/month.

Changepoint: This software looks after various sectors of PPM—contract, resource, project, time, cost, and revenue. Its strongpoint is budget analysis. Other strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, and integrations. Pricing is $24/user/month.

Clarizen: Serving enterprises, it is one of the few PPM tools with a comfortable learning curve. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $45/user/month.

Mavenlink: One of the rare PPM tools that come with the document management system, it has a simple design. Main strengths are managing resources, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $19/user/month.

Liquid Planner: With the customizable dashboard, it provides great visibility. Main strengths are managing resources and risks, monitoring budget, reporting and analytics, and integrations. Pricing is $45/user/month.

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