Centralize Key Project Information and Track ROI from Projects

In an industry focused on patient care, effective project management is critical to systematically plan, organize, and execute projects. Health projects often call upon the Project Management Office (PMO) to oversee complex projects that integrate specialized applications and systems into a sophisticated technology landscape, while working with teams that may have little to no project-specific experience. In addition to flawless execution, these additional factors amplify the need for maximum project collaboration and transparency.

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Centralized Portfolio Management

Eclipse PPM is the industry leading PPM software for healthcare. Providing a centralized location to track and monitor an entire portfolio of all projects, effectively plan and execute all projects with real-time updates on status and financials to deliver optimal transparency for all stakeholders.

Accurate Resource and Project Management

A consolidated portfolio view of all projects streamlines the captures which resources are allocated to which projects, hours spent on specific tasks, and accurately tracks project requests vs priorities. Up-to-date staffing information makes it easier to optimize resources and delivery for all projects.

Unparalleled Visibility into Project Performance

Eclipse PPM provides oversight into all active and planned projects. Quickly access up-to-date information related to resource availability and utilization, project status, and financial tracking. Monitor performance and risks, and easily communicate progress across the organization for complete transparency.

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How Agnesian Healthcare centralized their projects and gained greater visibility

With Eclipse PPM, Agnesian HealthCare was able to easily track project status updates in a centralized location, helping them track upcoming milestones and resource requirements while maintaining visibility over project risks and issues.

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Agnesian Healthcare Case Study