Innotas announced a new version of its cloud-based Project Portfolio Management product that includes new application portfolio management capabilities, allowing IT to better manage application portfolios and gain more visibility into IT projects.
Available immediately, the new version of Innotas PPM also includes improved reporting and group security features that the company says make it easier and more secure to manage applications, projects, resources and budgets.
“The latest version of our multi-tenant, cloud-based solution is focused on helping IT organizations become more effective and efficient in managing, maintaining and monitoring their growing portfolio of business and IT applications,” Kevin Kern, CEO of Innotas, said in a statement. With the new application portfolio management (APM) features, IT organizations will be able to easily drill down into technology projects and applications in their portfolio, Kern says.
To help manage application portfolios, the new version allows users to personalize application categories and track all application attributes in an inventory database; and manage relationships across applications to support application assessment, rationalization, and impact analysis.
For greater flexibility in customizing reports to meet the needs of users, new features of Project Portfolio Management (PPM) also include reporting functionality for greater visibility across resources, applications and projects. It also now includes hierarchical reporting to show relationships between portfolios, projects and tasks.
Innotas PPM also features new security and accessibility features, including single sign-on capabilities and enhanced permissions groups for applications and portfolios.
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