More and more successful project managers are utilizing SharePoint Server to drive their projects and operational initiatives. Out of the box, SharePoint Server offers many features that enable effective project management. Lists and libraries allow you to consolidate and manage project information in a central place. While business intelligence features allow you to report on that information in real-time. By utilizing SharePoint along with other business tools such as the Microsoft Office suite of applications, organizations can create a customized Project Management Information System (PMIS) to assist with the daily management of enterprise projects.
On Thursday, May 31st Mark Weinstein presented the web seminar “The Hows & Whys of Using SharePoint as a PMIS.” In this web seminar, he discussed the many benefits of using SharePoint Server as a Project Management Information system. Some of which included using SharePoint to manage project data, consolidating project data using SharePoint libraries, reporting on project data using SharePoint’s business intelligence, and automating project tasks with SharePoint workflows.
Listen to a recording of this web seminar in its entirety by clicking View Event Recordings (at the top right).