This newly-publshed white paper outlines how Microsoft Project Server 2010 can provide the tools necessary as part of a good, practice-driven finance function, with regard to project appraisal and capital allocation. This paper also reviews key things to consider during the implementation of a solution. Finally, for readers who are looking for more detail and have additional requirements, the paper outlines additional technologies available from Microsoft and other companies to further extend the base functionality of Project Server 2010. The intended audience for this paper is finance professionals who are responsible for budgeting, corporate strategy, or project accounting. As the processes of project financial management and budgeting affect varying levels and areas within many organizations, this white paper may also benefit those who have a role within, or responsibility for, financial management processes that relate to projects.
This white paper was written by Arbutus Solutions.
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We're happy to announce the publish of a new white paper by Chris Vanderluis of HMS Software for the "From the Trenches" column in the Project Server 2010 TechCenter and the Project Server 2007 TechCenter. This latest white paper - "Creating an EPM Deployment Plan" - describes how to separate your Enterprise Project Management solution deployment into logical phases, and identifies main points that need to be addressed during each phase. From the perspective of a mid-sized organization with several hundred EPM system users, Chris also estimates durations for each phase in this useful white paper. Make sure to look at this and other white papers in the From the Trenches column, as they are sure to provide you helpful insight into deploying and using Project Server in your environment.