|By Business Wire||
|August 6, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
Métier, the business management and optimization platform, announced the launch of a new user interface for its project portfolio management software. Métier’s workspaces allow custom infographics to direct, inform and entertain teams as they use 20 pre-built and fully integrated tools for management of their portfolios. The custom infographics not only provide rich data visualizations, but also drive interaction with the appropriate area of the portfolio based on the type of work being completed.
Métier has created a modern project portfolio management ecosystem where all professionals within an organization participate in building and maintaining the portfolio. The inclusion of infographics promotes a customized team view for differing missions, methodologies, process or even cultures across an organization. The infographics also extend the project portfolio management software’s reach beyond executive customers by serving a much broader user audience within an organization. The infographics bridge the gap between social and enterprise software.
“We built on our solid foundation and added a mashup of familiar interface concepts,” said Douglas Clark, chief executive officer of Métier. “By making the workspace a limitless canvas and incorporating pan and zoom, along with our existing search and spreadsheet capabilities, all users now have on demand dashboards of tools and information molded by them. The addition of customizable infographics to serve as workflows and job aides furthers the feeling of custom team environments throughout the portfolio. This feeds more data into our semantic engine to make it even more powerful for decision support throughout the enterprise.”
To learn more about Métier’s newest project portfolio management software version, please contact Métier to view an online demo or schedule a custom consultation.
Métier provides an award-winning business management and optimization platform that is built upon a foundation of industry-enhancing patents based on computational semantics. Métier’s platform combines project portfolio management software, big data analytics, business intelligence and cloud-based PMO managed services to ensure organizations are getting their ideas to market quickly and making improvements that affect the bottom line. Founded in 1998, Métier is headquartered in Healdsburg, CA and works with customers globally, across public and private sector industries. For more information about how Métier can help your organization workforward®, visit www.metier.com or call 1.877.965.9501.
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