Loved it...more flexible that Project Server
Thanks for the article. It played a role in my chosing pmPoint for my client, the City of McKinney. McKinney had a complex project management workflow with no digital system (except for native MS Project) in place for managing tasks. The implementation took 3 months but has made a huge impact on their project management office and their corporate culture.
In addition to standard project-type items and reporting dashboards, I was able to easily write custom reports that show city-wide IT expenditure in each Gartner category (Run, Grow, Transform) and do a what-if analysis showing resource utilization up to 12 months into the future.
This gives IT the ability to accurately project a proposed project's completion date and explain (with real data) when and why they're overloaded.
I liked the project so much, I actually quit my job and started up entlead.com to do it full time. :)
Anyway, thanks again, keep up the good work.
In my experience, the work required to make pmPoint, EPMlive, or project server a success is 50% corporate culture and 50% technology. Provided these are done synchronously and your client understands and welcomes the changes, it’s a phenomenal product.