Forrester Research describes Planview’s acquisition of Projectplace in a new report as a differentiator which opens new opportunities. Ventana Research appoints the new company as a business and social collaboration category winner in the Technology Innovation Awards 2014.
Since the launch of the new Planview and Projectplace venture last month, the acquisition has attracted a lot of attention from users and industry stakeholders. The implication of a unified approach for users and organizations to project collaboration, portfolio and resource management is regarded as an innovation and a natural next step.
US-based Ventana Research appoints Planview and Projectplace as the winner in the Technology Innovation Award 2014, in the category Business and Social Collaboration.
Forrester Research’s Margo Visitacion with Phil Murphy and Abigail Komlenic, states in a newly published report:
“Planview’s project portfolio management (PPM) software fits hand-in-glove with Projectplace’s software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based project collaboration offering and opens new opportunities […] Planview [differentiates] from the competition by connecting strategic planning and work execution — providing PMOs and executives with truly integrated demand and portfolio management and robust analytics, which enable team members to collaborate effortlessly.”