Planisware recognized as a Challenger in Gartner's first Magic Quadrant for Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM). Analysts Daniel B. Stang, Mbula Schoen, and Anthony Henderson evaluated 11 SPM providers on 15 criteria to determine placement within the quadrant.
Gartner defines Strategic Portfolio Management as a set of business capabilities, processes and supporting technology required for enterprisewide portfolio management and adaptation, as well as successful digital business transformation and scaling. IT leaders, business leaders and EPMO leaders all require SPM to support enterprisewide strategy-to-execution alignment and adaptation. SPM technology must allow each of these different leaders to engage in portfolio management activities and decision making in the context matching the role they play in portfolio management activities.
Planisware’s positioning is based on the organization’s ability to execute and completeness of vision.
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