Michael put out an open question about the business value of Microsoft Project Server 2007. I spoke about this with my colleague Arthur Paanakker our Partner Acccount manager for EPM and he responded to Michael request. Check Michael’s blog for all the details
… During one of the calls I had with a reviewer of my SharePoint for Business white paper, he asked this question and made the following comment:
How does one articulate the business value of Microsoft Project Server 2007? I have my own ideas, but every time I ask Microsoft about it, they start talking about SharePoint. I haven’t yet heard from Microsoft a decent analysis of the value of Project Server in-and-of itself.
I don’t know whether Microsoft’s failure to explain the value was a purely local phenomena (eg, the people who were asked weren’t schooled up in Project), or a more global problem, but from the perspective of this person, they haven’t received the answers they wanted.
What’s the Business Value of Project Server 2007? …
.. And You?
What would you add to the above list? What would you remove? How would you describe the business value of Project Server? …