Prioritize Your Projects with the Meisterplan Project Score Feature

Two colleagues discuss Project Scoring in Meisterplan

In a project portfolio, you often have many projects that all seem to be the top priority and you can’t get them completed fast enough. In reality, it’s not possible to implement all projects because you simply do not have enough employees or competencies or money. Projects must be prioritized. But what is the most important, what is a must-have and what is only a nice-to-have? The project score answers this question.

The New Project Score Feature

With the new project score feature in Meisterplan, it’s easier than ever to design a portfolio where the most important projects are completed first. You can now sort the entire project list by the projects’ scores. With just a few clicks, new projects can be moved to the spot that corresponds to their project scores.

Watch our tutorial video to see the new feature in action:

Easy Configuration

To individually configure scoring criteria, you simply define the score values for each criterion, so strategy changes are always immediately reflected in Meisterplan.

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By |2019-08-14T07:58:53+00:00July 18th, 2017|Categories: Product News, Project Portfolio Management|

About the Author: Karoline Holicky

Karoline Holicky brings not only her southern charm and Cajun cooking (Louisiana born and Texas raised), but as the Marketing Director at Meisterplan, she also brings 15 years of professional experience in many industries including financial services, engineering, oil & gas and the software industry. Karoline watches for best practices and trends in PPM because her main goal is to help companies improve their project portfolio management and resource planning so that they can make plans that work.