Great Companies Trust Meisterplan
Financial institutions simultaneously drive many transformations such as digital business enablement, big data management and legacy overhaul – making for very complex project portfolios. They also must cope with project delays, data that comes from multiple sources and key resources that are expected to be in multiple places at once.
Project Portfolio Management for Financial Services with Meisterplan
Financial professionals use Meisterplan as an add-on to enterprise PPM software to reduce the complexity of their project portfolio and to answer key resource management questions. With just a few clicks, management can simulate project changes, and the plan immediately reflects the impact of those changes, allowing them to react quickly and make better decisions even in the early stages of planning.
Meisterplan shows managers which projects their key resources are working on to ensure the top projects are receiving the attention that they need. Managers will be able to see resource capacity and quickly spot and resolve bottlenecks to ensure the optimal utilization of key resources.
Meisterplan opened our eyes to resource bottlenecks and new portfolio solutions.
With Meisterplan we have an always up to date visualization of the balance between demand and capacity and management can make portfolio decisions (e.g., Project Go/Kill) based on facts rather than ‘gut feelings’.
Meisterplan helps us deliver our projects on time, within the agreed budget, and in top quality.
With Meisterplan, our resource utilization is more transparent. Due to the seamless integration into our existing processes, we can increase the satisfaction of both our customers and employees.
Meisterplan is now a key element of our portfolio planning. It helps us to make sure that our portfolio is realistic and that we create plans that really work.
With Meisterplan, we can always see what exactly the impact of doing any project is – and it´s really simple to use.
Meisterplan is critical to the management of our project portfolio.