Gartner Recognized Planisware in Debut of Magic Quadrant for Strategic Portfolio Management 2021
Planisware, well-established in the Strategic Portfolio Management market, has added an Enterprise Architecture module to its total solution. With its innovations in Artificial Intelligence, SAFe support for agile organizations, program financial management, and more, Planisware continues to lead the way in the SPM market.
Planisware announced that it has been recognized in Gartner Inc.’s first-ever publication of its Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) Magic Quadrant. Although the newly recognized market has no vendors positioned as a “Leader,” Gartner positioned Planisware among a handful of other vendors positioned as “Challengers.”
“At Planisware we’re honored to be included in Gartner’s new research with other select providers of Strategic Portfolio Management applications,” commented Antoine Villata, CEO of Planisware North America. “As we continue to innovate in our products, we believe, our rapidly growing customer base shows that the market is hungry for expanded SPM capabilities, and we are investing to meet their needs.”
In its new report, Gartner also predicts that “By 2025, dynamic PMOs will use predictive analytics, enabled by their own citizen data scientists, to deliver improved insights and results for digital business.” Planisware Enterprise 7, released in December, further advances the solution’s SPM-leading Artificial Intelligence capabilities, enabling predictive analytics that can continuously improve with machine learning.
Planisware is a global provider of Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions for new product development (NPD), information technology (IT) organizations, and for architecture, engineering & construction firms (AEC). Major new customers in 2020 include Archer-Daniels-Midland, Kabam, Lear, McKinstry, and many more. Planisware was recognized as a Leader in Gartner’s now discontinued coverage of the Project and Portfolio Management market, 2019 report.
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