Thinking Portfolio Admin Webinar training takes you through the mainstream administrator's maintenance and management functionality. The Webinar is also well suited for existing administrators to refresh their knowledge. For new administrators, the Webinar will serve as basic information for Thinking Portfolio admin role.
Do your projects run late from original schedule? Sounds pretty familiar? Tamro chose Thinking Portfolio’s platform for a technical solution. Software has provided benefits we expected and we are already monitoring Portfolio for next 6-8 months onwards and solving issues before they become problems.
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The REST Api is a new feature for building real-time integrations. It is mainly intended for reading data from Thinking Portfolio but data can also be updated through the interface. The REST Api is the best choice when the client wants [...]
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With the establishing of the new project template, Kemira’s IT and Operational Excellence Department made the joint decision that it was time to commission a tool to manage the project portfolio that would replace the Excel files and separate resource management application previously used.
At the South-East Finland University of Applied Sciences (Xamk), all R&D&I activities are managed using the Thinking Portfolio project portfolio referred to as HanSa. HanSa has a key role as a tool for managing R&D&I operations.
The implementation of Lemminkäinen’s Thinking Portfolio was conducted at the end of the year when the application was used for monitoring and prioritising internal development projects for business operations and support functions. The previous version of the application was in use earlier on, but back then there was no great need for a project portfolio that continued to be in active use.
Agile is considered to be a repetitive method for executing software delivery. In the Agile approach, the aim is to develop software in small increments by taking into consideration important feedback from the environment. It is different from the conventional approaches, such as the Waterfall methodology because the complete solution is not delivered at once.