Gartner Project and Portfolio Management Research Reports
Gartner’s 6 Practices for Managing Portfolios to Drive Business Value
Portfolio managers are under pressure to manage an ever-increasing demand for initiatives while battling inflexible budgets and the need to maintain smooth operations. Inevitably, this pressure can lead to portfolios that don’t deliver on expected business outcomes.
However, another culprit may be limiting the success of your portfolios: Gaps in your PPM (Project Portfolio Management) practice.
In a recent report, Gartner urges CIOs and portfolio managers to assess their organization’s performance against six best practices and develop an action plan to fill any gaps. The report notes that “Integrated portfolio management and governance has an important role, because well-governed I&T portfolios result in superior organization performance, with an increased return on assets of 30%.”
Download the report to learn how to:
- Ensure that the intake process, prioritization and investment decisions that deliver business outcomes align with the organization’s strategy.
- Create an adaptive culture to ensure that resources can support changing business (consumer) needs.
- Track key performance indicators (KPIs) based on what the business cares about.
- Put in place benefit realization, including continuous feedback to future prioritization decisions and business case assumptions.
2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for PPM
Gartner Magic Quadrant reports are forward-looking, to help clients identify vendors likely to keep up with or even stay ahead of the overall market.
In 2019, Gartner acknowledged Clarizen as a Visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Project Portfolio Management report based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision.
Gartner have discontinued this report. Please refer to the Gartner’s 6 Practices for Managing Portfolios to Drive Business Value above.
2019 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Project and Portfolio Management, Worldwide
In this 2019 report, Clarizen scored within the 5 highest scores (out of 21 solutions) across all four use cases:
- Collaborative PPM: Highest score of 3.43/5 (3 consecutive years)
- IT PPM:Third highest score of 3.27/5
- Reporting PPM: Among top 4 with a score of 3.27/5
- Enterprise-wide PPM: Received 5th highest score of 3.24/5
Gartner Critical Capabilities documents provide insight into how well a product or service fulfills certain functional capabilities — with point-in-time analyses that reveals which vendor will have the best product given your weighting of capabilities most important to your organization.
Discover what sets Clarizen apart from other vendors in the marketplace.
Gartner have discontinued this report. Please refer to the 2020 Gartner Market Guide from above.
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THE CLARIZEN DIFFERENCE
Wondering what sets us apart?
Clarizen has been recognized as an August 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Project Portfolio Management for the second time in a row.
Clarizen has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 based on 188 total ratings, as of 29 Sept. 2019.
Clarizen is all about customer success and innovation.
“When our customers succeed, we succeed. Scoring within the highest five scores in all four critical PPM use cases – as well as being recognized by our customers for the second time in a row as a Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for PPM – is especially gratifying to us. We don’t take their 83% willingness to recommend our solution lightly. I want to thank our customers for sharing their feedback with Gartner and reiterate our commitment to helping them become more agile as they strive to deliver value on a recurring, faster timeline.” – Boaz Chalamish – Clarizen CEO
Gartner, Critical Capabilities for Project and Portfolio Management, Worldwide, Mbula Schoen, Daniel Stang, Anthony Henderson, 8 August 2019.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Project and Portfolio Management, Daniel Stang, Mbula Schoen, Anthony Henderso, 21 May 2019
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