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Oracle adds analysis tools to Projects

Tash Shifrin

Oracle has added a Portfolio Analysis module to the latest release of its Projects suite of applications to allow users to perform impact analysis.

The company hopes the addition will attract new buyers as well as more than 3,000 existing Oracle Projects customers.

The module is pitched at businesses organised in a project-focused way and aims to help them ensure their projects are aligned with the company's strategic aims.

Project managers can plan and control portfolios of projects, viewing them through a common filter to see which offer the best fit with the organisation's goals, the funding available, return on investment targets and other criteria.

The tool offers "what if" scenarios, which assess the impact on funding of various portfolio mixes.

The new release of Oracle Projects also allows managers to review and update project completion estimates based on data generated from work and resource plans, actual work completed, progress targets, other commitments and change orders.

 


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