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Cheering up downbeat project managers

Sciforma GmbH, a leading software provider and consultant in project and portfolio management (PPM), is at CEBIT 2018 in Hannover to celebrate the premiere of the latest version of its PPM solution - Sciforma 7.1.

20 Apr. 2018
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Unforeseeable changes are one of those things that regularly spoil a project manager’s mood. They can be immensely challenging, particularly when team members are working on several projects at the same time, as numerous external factors have to be taken into account. The majority of PPM solutions still treat project managers as if they were working in silos, completely ignoring what is going on elsewhere in the organization. With the new Sciforma 7.1, however, companies can break out of this blinkered approach and benefit from the agility and transparency required to keep up with the digital revolution.

This cutting-edge solution, on show for the first time ever at this year's CEBIT, is designed to enable project managers to plan the potential impact of previous, current and even future developments at any stage - no matter whether they occur in their own or in other departments. "Thanks to Sciforma 7.1's new Connections feature," says Fabien Herelle, Sciforma Vice President of Solutions, "people, teams and project data are all interconnected. Managers can very easily follow a project's timeline and predict how it will develop in both technical and business terms."


Sciforma GmbH (65232 Taunusstein, Germany), Hall 17, Stand E44