Why being stuck with rigid pro­ces­ses if you can work fle­xi­b­ly instead?

Meet PLANTA at the PM Forum in Nur­em­bergand expe­ri­ence the pro­ject manage­ment soft­ware for agi­le, clas­si­cal, and hybrid pro­ject manage­ment in the new cor­po­ra­te design: fresh new look, good usa­bi­li­ty, and new fea­tures for PLANTA pro­ject, PLANTA port­fo­lio and PLANTA pul­se. PLANTA will be the­re with its own booth on level 2 – booth no. 212 – to intro­du­ce you to the new fea­tures which were deve­lo­ped sin­ce the last PM Forum.

- Impro­ved usa­bi­li­ty thanks to the new user surface

- Exten­si­on in time recording

- Exten­si­on in port­fo­lio simulation

- Exten­si­ons in sta­tus reports

- PLANTA pul­se: Exten­si­ons in addressa­bi­li­ty of data, in struc­tu­ring of pro­jects and boards, and in put­ting tog­e­ther pro­ject teams with dif­fe­rent authorizations

- PLANTA cus­to­mi­zer: We will be hap­py to inform you on our new update pro­ce­du­re which allows for sub­stan­ti­al reduc­tion in effort, run­ti­me, and error rates as a result of the auto­ma­ti­on of work steps which were pre­vious­ly done manually.

You can use PLANTA pro­ject and PLANTA pul­se as a hybrid sys­tem and thus lea­ve clas­si­cal rigid or pure­ly agi­le pro­ject manage­ment behind you. This will enab­le you to respond fle­xi­b­ly to dif­fe­rent pro­ject requi­re­ments and to bene­fit from the advan­ta­ges of both PM worlds in one inte­gra­ted system.

PLANTA pro­ject:the manage­ment can keep an over­view of bud­get, resour­ce uti­liz­a­ti­on, and pro­ject progress

PLANTA pul­se: the web-based col­la­bo­ra­ti­on tool faci­li­ta­tes com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on and task manage­ment in pro­ject teams

If you can­not make it to the PM Forum in Nur­em­berg, meet us at the lar­gest Aus­tri­an pro­ject manage­ment con­gress: pma focus on 10/30/19 at Aus­tria Cen­ter Vien­na, whe­re we will attend as a visi­tor. We would be hap­py to arran­ge a mee­ting the­re. If you are inte­res­ted, plea­se con­ta­ct Mr. Geiß­ler: ver­trieb (at) planta.de.

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