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Product News : TM Software Introduces a Full Project and Portfolio Management Solution for Atlassian’s JIRA
on 2013/9/30 6:06:37 (483 reads)
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TM Software, creator of the award winning Tempo Timesheets add-on for Atlassian’s project management and issue tracking platform, JIRA, has announced a suite of project and portfolio management (PPM) solutions for JIRA, including Tempo Timesheets, Tempo Planner, and Tempo Books. Each Tempo add-on can be used alone or in tandem with other Tempo products in the product portfolio offering. However, as a full product suite, Tempo Timesheets, Tempo Planner, and Tempo Books round out JIRA as a full professional services solution for JIRA.

In today’s environment, an increasing demand for business agility forces firms to adapt. Manual data entry and slow feedback loops from planning-as-usual methodologies do not allow firms to pivot as business circumstances change. Today’s organizations need to see and trust information as it develops to make decisions that will help them surpass their competition. A one-size-fits all approach no longer suffices, but the need to adopt lean and agile processes makes choosing tools more difficult for businesses.

Tempo’s PPM tools are designed to serve as flexible hybrid solutions that handle the day-to-day work for both waterfall and agile projects and teams, yet also convey aggregated information for more strategic planning. They cater to the lighter-weight/lean governance processes that agile projects require, while offering the rich resource forecasting features, what-if prioritization scenarios, and multiple capabilities for discerning business value.

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