Case study: improving information technology across the English Channel
‘Improving information technology across the English Channel’
The Eurotunnel Group relies on the efficiency of its IT systems. When growth created challenges from resource demand to project execution, Planview Enterprise helped Eurotunnel to establish efficient processes, create more transparency and improve budget control.
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This white paper, commissioned by Planview, is based on the 2014 Resource Management and Capacity Planning Benchmark Study. Topics discussed are: ‘A panoramic view of demand and capacity gives top performers an advantage’, ‘Four unique practices of product development top performers’ and ‘Will solving the resource capacity problem be the next competitive differentiator?’
Jerry Manas, senior editor for Planview, has announced his latest book, The Resource Management and Capacity Planning Handbook: A Guide to Maximising the Value of Your Limited People Resources, which is intended to help organisations to conquer the complexities of resource and demand management with benchmarks, guidelines and tools for maximising the value of their people.
Organisations that improve the resource management and capacity planning of their people are significantly reducing their top pain points and positioning themselves to better capitalise on business opportunities. This is the main conclusion of the 2014 State of Resource Management and Capacity Planning Report, commissioned by Planview and conducted by Appleseed Partners and Dig Market Research. This infographic presents the findings.
Planview helps its customers move their businesses forward by making better use of their limited resources through portfolio, resource and work management.
Overcommitting and under-utilising resources has a domino effect of business impact on project timelines, business opportunities, customer satisfaction, innovation speed, cost containment and resource efficiency. For years, organisations have pointed to the dilemma of overcommitting their resources as their top pain point. This dilemma is often characterised as an insatiable demand for new projects to grow the business, while sustaining the current state of business.