About Projility

PROJILITY is a Microsoft PPM and CRM services leader and product innovator. Our Hammerhead products have helped organizations around the world save hundreds of thousands on Microsoft Project Server training, customization, and support costs.

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Project Reporting

1506, 2017

Hammerhead BI for Project Online and Power BI

By |June 15th, 2017|Business Intelligence, Hammerhead, Project Online, Project Reporting|

While working with Microsoft’s Project Online and Power BI Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions, you may have noticed that your data often becomes static within the system. Information must be refreshed continuously to stay relevant, and it is difficult to visualize “what-if” scenarios and ideas. Hammerhead BI brings dynamic power to Project Online and Power […]

703, 2017

Why Do I Need a PPM Data Warehouse?

By |March 7th, 2017|Data Warehouse, PM Tools, PPM, Project Reporting|

There’s no doubt that data is critical in today’s business world. It drives the decision-making process in all aspects, from targeting the right audience to measuring product success. To make time-sensitive decisions, though, data needs to be readily accessible and easily reported – so that the right data can make its way into the hands […]

602, 2017

Leveraging Hammerhead to Solve Busy PMO Challenges

By |February 6th, 2017|Hammerhead, PMO, PMO Dashboards, Project Reporting|

Busy PMOs face the challenge of managing shifting priorities in addition to managing their large portfolios of projects. As projects needs adjust to changing priorities, PMOs need to realign workflow processes so that execution and performance don’t suffer. With Projility’s Hammerhead software integrated with Microsoft’s Project Server and Project Online solutions, PMOs can execute and […]

601, 2017

How to be more efficient within Microsoft Project 2016

By |January 6th, 2017|Microsoft Project Tips, PM Tools, Project Reporting, Tom's Tech Talk|

There are many things we could talk about when it comes to using Microsoft Project more efficiently. For anyone that has attended a Projility Project Manager training class, the first thing that you learned was how to adjust the Quick Access Toolbar. This toolbar can make your life easier and more productive – with just […]

3008, 2016

Know Your Audience: Aligning PMO Reporting with Decision Makers

By |August 30th, 2016|PM Tools, PMO, Project Reporting|

It is essential to align reporting to a decision maker’s span of control and his or her decision-making cycle. Once performance information is obtained, there is a big difference between what a CIO or PMO Director needs to see versus a Project Manager. It is crucial for PMOs to report information on the proper granular […]

807, 2015

Develop Data-Driven Project Management Reports to Make Better Business Decisions

By |July 8th, 2015|PPM, Project Reporting|

Project managers need data-driven reports from their PPM solution to help them make better business decisions. I hear that in almost every conversation I have with PMOs. If the PPM solution cannot present the right data to produce the right reports, its value is significantly limited.

Part of the challenge is that you will have to […]

2804, 2015

How to Produce Reports that Help You Make Better Project Decisions

By |April 28th, 2015|Microsoft Project Server, Project Reporting|

Executives rely on the PMO to provide input for critical business decisions. Just having project management software is not enough. In order to provide expert reports, you need to clearly define the decisions you are supporting, and the data you need to support timely and accurate decisions that are the hallmark of top-performing PMOs.

To make […]

1404, 2015

Answering the Question, To Do or Not to Do this New Project?

By |April 14th, 2015|Microsoft Project Server, Project Reporting|

To do this project or not to do this project? That is the question.

With apologies to Shakespeare, many of the companies we work with wrestle with this question frequently and look to us to help them develop the tools they need to make go/no-go decisions. Many organizations we work with have a process where they […]