Getting to “Yes”: Gaining Executive Buy-In for a Project Management Information System

Most organizations recognize the challenges associated with disconnected and inefficient work processes and the need for more collaborative, connected solutions, however many are resistant to invest in a PMIS solution.

The implementation of a centralized enterprise-wide PMIS is becoming more and more necessary as owner organizations strive to increase transparency, drive accountability and collaboration, access project information in real-time, standardize and streamline processes, eliminate data silos, reduce cost overruns, and mitigate areas of risk. 

This guide covers the four strategies collected from various owner-organization Project Managers, who have achieved executive support for technology adoption of a modern, collaborative approach to capital program management. Download the Whitepaper now to get started!

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