In Part 1 of our CA PPM Adoption Quick Guide, we talked about leveraging end users to guarantee successful company-to-tool integration, such as generating buy-in from your data entry and maintenance champions.

Today we’re going to determine if your company is a high or low-value adopter.

Is Your Company a High or Low-Value CA PPM Adopter?

Assessing your progress is one of the best tools at your disposal. Your focus on the future and ability to paint the vision for your team will mature and refine your company.

Without gathering data, we know the types of organizations that struggle with a low-value perception of their PPM software. They tend to live in a world of spreadsheets. End users can’t find value in maintaining the data and, as a result, have low compliance. The software doesn’t help them do their job (they think), so it’s not seen as worth the effort. As a result, executives don’t use data from the tool.

On the other hand, when your instance of CA PPM has a good reputation, it yields huge returns, as you know. Decisions are driven from the data. Executives use the tool, and end users absolutely know it helps them with their jobs.

Rank Your CA PPM Value-Perception

Where does your company fit on the CA PPM adoption scale?

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With increased data compliance and accuracy, you’ll maximize the value of your time and get the kind of enthusiastic adoption that will drive your company’s decisions and growth.


What’s your next step for maximizing adoption value? We’d love to hear your tips and questions in the comments below.

If you liked this post, check out this BrightTALK from Daniel Greer, President of Rego Consulting and stay tuned for part three: “3 Basic Steps to Ensure CA PPM Adoption.”

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About the Author: Rego Consulting

As the leading Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM), Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Technology Business Management (TBM), Agile and expert services provider, Rego Consulting has helped hundreds of organizations achieve a higher return on their software investment, including 60% of Fortune 100 and 70% of Fortune 20 companies.

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