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項目管理軟件軟體·系統

Project Management Software Systems

出版商 Business Application Research Center 商品編碼 328693
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 411 Pages
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項目管理軟件軟體·系統 Project Management Software Systems
出版日期: 2014年12月31日 內容資訊: 英文 411 Pages
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本報告提供成功選擇計劃管理 (PM) 軟體·系統計劃的要件相關分析,彙整項目管理軟件軟體的概要和種類,主要的功能,引進時的評價標準,引進·活用的一般程序概要,應該評估·注意的要點,主要產品 (全28種) 的概要等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1部分 項目管理軟件軟體的概論

第1章 關於本報告

第2章 產品的選擇流程

  • 結構化方法:也有處理
  • 使用概況 定義和要件的設定
  • 恰當的產品的選擇
  • 產品·供應商的選擇
  • 成功因素

第3章 計劃管理 (PM) 軟體的引進

  • 軟體的試驗性引入
  • 開始的時候的概念
  • 認證·訓練
  • 用戶支持和專門指導
  • PM軟體和現有的軟體·系統的整合
  • 當下的改善事項
  • 管理支援

第4章 結構與技術

  • 軟體架構
  • 環境配置
  • 企業·應用的整合
  • 安全

第5章 項目管理軟件軟體的成熟度

  • 單一計劃管理系統
  • 複合計劃管理系統
  • 企業·計劃管理系統
  • 性能意願計劃管理系統
  • 知識意願計劃管理系統

第6章 標準系的M模式

  • M模式
  • 關心領域

第7章 項目管理軟件軟體的功能

  • 構思/潛在顧客管理
    • 建立性的技術
    • 線索(潛在客人) 管理
    • 想法管理
    • 產品管理
  • 計劃提案的評估
    • 工作量評估
    • 資源需求的特定化
    • 風險評估
    • 盈利分析
    • 計劃預算分配
    • 報價管理
  • 組合籌劃
    • 系統的預算編制
    • 計劃評估 (評分數)
    • 自動計劃·組合最佳化
    • 計劃·組合組成
  • 計劃籌劃
    • 計劃·模板
    • 資源·主資料
    • 資源分配的工作流程
    • 資源的分配
  • 計劃籌劃
    • 業務分配結構的籌劃
    • 網路計劃
    • 調度
    • 資源的均衡分配
    • 風險籌劃
    • 成本籌劃
    • 計劃變更·方案
  • 計劃管理
    • 變更要求管理
    • 費用管理
    • 進展追蹤
    • 成本管理
    • Agile·計劃管理
  • 計劃管理
    • 現狀報告
    • 偏差分析/達成額
    • 品管
    • 版本管理
    • 里程碑管理
  • 組合管理
    • 性能管理
    • 儀表板
    • 組織/組合預算管理
  • 計劃完成
    • 知識入口
    • 能力的資料庫/參照資料
    • 計劃的記錄保存
    • 搜尋
  • 計劃完成
    • 費用申請
    • 文件管理
    • 供應商管理
    • 求助台/支援要求管理
  • 營運/組成/實用性
    • 工作流程管理
    • 訪問管理
    • 報告開發
    • 表格開發
    • 用戶定義數據結構
    • Microsoft的介面
    • 用戶界面

第2部分 市場概要

第8章 分析方法的設定

第9章 產品的評估

  • 3pleP Project Suite
  • admileo
  • Augeo6
  • aXc-Project
  • Blue Ant
  • CA Clarity PPM
  • Can Do project intelligence
  • Cat4
  • Collinor
  • Deltek Vision
  • GBS Project Management
  • HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Center
  • iPlan
  • KLUSA
  • Microsoft Project Server
  • onepoint PROJECTS
  • Oracle Primavera P6 Enterprise PPM
  • Planisware 5
  • PLANTA Project
  • Planview Enterprise
  • Projectile
  • Projektron BCS
  • hyperManager / resSolution
  • RPLAN
  • SAP Portfolio and Project Management, SAP ERP
  • saprima
  • Sciforma
  • Top-Logic Project

第10章 產品比較

  • 計劃·生命週期的支援
  • 中心的功能分析
  • 成熟度分析

第3部分 附錄

目錄

The eighth edition of the successful BARC report, "Project Management Software Systems" offers the most complete and up-to-date guide to a successful project management software selection program.

As well as providing detailed reviews of 28 leading products on the market, this report offers a wealth of best practice advice and background knowledge to help you conduct a swift and successful software evaluation and selection project.

This report is essential reading for any organization planning to purchase project management software, or any vendor in the project management space.

Understand Project Management software

The first section of the report is a structured, easy-to-follow guide to the best practices and theory behind the tool selection process. Among the many highlights of this comprehensive report, you will discover:

  • The critical success factors in the product selection process;
  • The stages involved in the process of finding and implementing the right project management software;
  • Which types of project management software are best suited to your organization;
  • The various architectures and technologies behind the software; and
  • Explanations of the key functionalities typically offered by project management software systems.

The second section contains a detailed analysis of 28 market-leading products based on 260 criteria. Each product reviewed in this report is assessed and scored on the same criteria so that product comparisons can be made easily. A 'product assessment' and 'assessment summary' at the end of each review give you an easily digestible overview of the strengths and weaknesses of each these 28 project management software systems.

This 412-page report is available in print copy and PDF and is illustrated throughout with screenshots and fact sheets from all the products covered. Additions and updates to the report will be made available via online access.

Products Covered

Project Management Software Systems features detailed reviews of twenty-eight leading products.

Vendor Product Version
3pleP Development 3pleP Project Suite 5.6
Actano RPlan e3 1.3
Archimedon Admileo 3.2
Augeo Augeo6 6.2
aXcelerate aXc-Project 2013, 6.4
Business Operation Systems Top-Logic Project 5.7
CA Technologies PPM Clarity PPM Clarity 13.2
Can Do Can Do Project Intelligence 4.4
Cataligent Projekt Cat4 4.5
Collinor Software Collinor 6.1
Contec-X Daptiv PPM 2013
Deltek Deltek Vision 6.2
GBS PAVONE GBS Project Management 11.5
Hewlett-Packard PPM Center 9.21
Information Desire Projectile 5.4
Inteco Saprima 2.5
ISIS iPlan 6.5
Microsoft Microsoft Project 2013
OPUS KLUSA 7.1
Oracle Primavera Suite P6 Release 8.3 SP1
Planisware Planisware Version 5 SP3
PLANTA Project 39.5
Planview Planview Enterprise 11
Projektron Projektron BCS 7.12
Proventis Blue Ant 10.2
SAP SAP Business Suite 08/2013
Scheuring hyperManager / resSolution 5.1 RTS
Sciforma Sciforma 6

Table of Contents

I. An Introduction to Project Management Software

1. How to work with this report

2. The Product Selection Process

  • 2.1. Structured Approach - A Process Model
  • 2.2. Defining the Situation and Formulating Requirements
  • 2.3. Selection of Appropriate Potential Products
  • 2.4. Deciding on a Product & Supplier
  • 2.5. Success Factors

3. Implementing Project Management Software

  • 3.1. Piloting the Software
  • 3.2. Roll-Out Concept
  • 3.3. Qualification and Training
  • 3.4. User Support and Specialized Coaching
  • 3.5. Integrating PM software into existing software systems
  • 3.6. Ongoing Improvement
  • 3.7. Management Support

4. Architectures and Technologies

  • 4.1. Software Architectures
  • 4.2. Configuration
  • 4.3. Enterprise Application Integration
  • 4.4. Security

5. Project Management Software Maturity

  • 5.1. Single-Project Management Systems
  • 5.2. Multi-Project Management Systems
  • 5.3. Enterprise Project Management Systems
  • 5.4. Performance-oriented Project Management Systems
  • 5.5. Knowledge-oriented Project Management Systems

6. The M-Model as a Frame of Reference

  • 6.1. The M-Model
  • 6.2. Areas of Interest

7. Project Management Software Functionality

  • 7.1. Idea Generation / Lead Mgmt
    • 7.1.1. Creativity Techniques
    • 7.1.2. Lead Management
    • 7.1.3. Idea Management
    • 7.1.4. Product Management
  • 7.2. Project Proposal Evaluation
    • 7.2.1. Effort Estimation
    • 7.2.2. Resource Needs Specification
    • 7.2.3. Risk Estimation
    • 7.2.4. Profitability Analysis
    • 7.2.5. Project Budgeting
    • 7.2.6. Offer Management
  • 7.3. Portfolio Planning
    • 7.3.1. Organizational Budgeting
    • 7.3.2. Project Assessment (Scoring)
    • 7.3.3. Automated Project Portfolio Optimization
    • 7.3.4. Project Portfolio Configuration
  • 7.4. Program Planning
    • 7.4.1. Project Templates
    • 7.4.2. Resource Master Data
    • 7.4.3. Resource Assignment Workflow
    • 7.4.4. Resource Allocation
  • 7.5. Project Planning
    • 7.5.1. Work Breakdown Structure Planning
    • 7.5.2. Network Planning
    • 7.5.3. Scheduling
    • 7.5.4. Resource Leveling
    • 7.5.5. Risk Planning
    • 7.5.6. Cost Planning
    • 7.5.7. Plan Variations and Scenarios 7.6. Project Controlling
    • 7.6.1. Change Request Management
    • 7.6.2. (Travel) Expense Management
    • 7.6.3. Progress Tracking
    • 7.6.4. Cost Controlling
    • 7.6.5. Agile Project Management
  • 7.7. Program Controlling
    • 7.7.1. Status Reporting
    • 7.7.2. Deviation Analysis / Earned Value
    • 7.7.3. Quality Controlling
    • 7.7.4. Versioning
    • 7.7.5. Milestone Controlling
  • 7.8. Portfolio Controlling
    • 7.8.1. Performance Measurement
    • 7.8.2. Dashboard
    • 7.8.3. Organizational and Portfolio Budget Controlling
  • 7.9. Program Termination
    • 7.9.1. Knowledge Portal
    • 7.9.2. Competence Database / Yellow Pages
    • 7.9.3. Project Archiving
    • 7.9.4. Searching
  • 7.10.Project Termination
    • 7.10.1. Invoicing
    • 7.10.2.Document Management
    • 7.10.3. Supplier Management
    • 7.10.4. Help Desk / Support Request Management
  • 7.11.Administration / Configuration / Usability
    • 7.11.1.Workflow Management
    • 7.11.2. Access Control
    • 7.11.3. Report Development
    • 7.11.4.Form Development
    • 7.11.5. User-defined Data Structures
    • 7.11.6. Microsoft Interfaces
    • 7.11.7. User Interface

II. Market Overview

8. Research Design

  • 8.1. Selection of Systems and Research Process
  • 8.2. Derivation of Evaluation Criteria
  • 8.3. Evaluation of Systems
  • 8.4. Aggregation of the Assessment Results
  • 8.5. Structure of the Product Descriptions

9. Product Assessments

  • 9.1. 3pleP Project Suite
  • 9.2. admileo
  • 9.3. Augeo6
  • 9.4. aXc-Project
  • 9.5. Blue Ant
  • 9.6. CA Clarity PPM
  • 9.7. Can Do project intelligence
  • 9.8. Cat4
  • 9.9. Collinor
  • 9.10.Deltek Vision
  • 9.11.GBS Project Management
  • 9.12.HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Center
  • 9.13.iPlan
  • 9.14.KLUSA
  • 9.15.Microsoft Project Server
  • 9.16.onepoint PROJECTS
  • 9.17.Oracle Primavera P6 Enterprise PPM
  • 9.18.Planisware 5
  • 9.19.PLANTA Project
  • 9.20.Planview Enterprise
  • 9.21.Projectile
  • 9.22.Projektron BCS
  • 9.23.hyperManager / resSolution
  • 9.24.RPLAN
  • 9.25.SAP Portfolio and Project Management, SAP ERP
  • 9.26.saprima
  • 9.27.Sciforma
  • 9.28.Top-Logic Project

10.Product Comparison

  • 10.1.Project Lifecycle Support
  • 10.2.Functional Focus Analysis
  • 10.3.Maturity Analysis

III. Appendix

A. About the Authors

B. Assessment System

  • B.1. Project Lifecycle Support Weights (M-Model)
  • B.2. Functional Focus Analysis
  • B.3. Maturity Profile Analysis

C. Abbreviations

D. List of Figures

E. Index

F. Bibliography

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