Willis Towers Watson

March 2, 2016

"We no longer use spreadsheets for portfolio reporting. All of the program data is in one place so we can give our senior executives the information they need much faster and more reliably." -Denis O'Suillivan, Governance and Implementation Manager at Willis Towers Watson

Since implementing Planview Enterprise for portfolio management, Willis Towers Watson has a:

  • Solution for recognizing if a project is approved and getting it on executives' radar
  • A consistent methodology to enable to company to estimate costs, effort, and benefits
  • A way to reinforce the pre-defined set of standards to which all programs must adhere

Is your organization still using spreadsheets for portfolio reporting? Download this case study to find out how one company eliminated spreadsheets to give senior executives better information faster.

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