Project Server 2013 offers new options including an on-premise installation, a subscription to Office 365 and Project Online (from Microsoft), or a private cloud setup (from Project Hosts and other SAAS vendors). In addition, there are third-party applications readily available for purchase that solve specific customer problems.
Purchase of the software is the easy part. To make it work for your organization, you need a Microsoft PPM partner to help you get the configuration you want.
QuantumPM has been a Gold competent partner in the PPM space for many years and has been working with Microsoft since the first release of Project Server in 2002. That means we’ve successfully helped hundreds of customers configure this product and have maintained these relationships through successive releases of the software. You won’t find a partner with more experience or commitment to your success than QPM.
Using repeatable processes – simple workflows, common tools, standard approval cycles – makes an organization more efficient and less mistake-prone. It means that anyone in the organization knows what to do and when to do it. Heroics are no longer required to get things done.
QPM’s setup services range from a simple implementation to a highly integrated and customized user experience. It all depends on what you need, and that’s where we start.
A typical implementation of Project Server follows these steps:
Here is an example of one of the deliverables we can create during your configuration:
Project Server Configuration Report
- Generates a report of the configuration settings in MS Word
- Captures the configuration settings for one instance of Project Server
- The configuration information is for a designated instance of EPM
Need more than the basic configuration? We’ll customize the configuration.