Integent’s Microsoft Project Server Training increases skills and builds confidence.
We combine teaching our in-depth Microsoft Project Server Training content with facilitated classroom discussion to provide students with the opportunity to share their unique experiences and knowledge, which ensures maximum absorption of new concepts and techniques. Other benefits include:
Our role-based project manager training is designed to cover everything from building a project schedule that adheres to best-practices, to using the features and functionality of Project Web App to perform Resource Analysis, Task Approval, build Excel-based and Power BI-based reports, and much more. If your organization uses resource engagements and project requests with a governance workflow, our training courses may be designed to cover these items as well. This is because we customize each course to ensure our covered training topics are in alignment with the way in which you use your project management information system.
Portfolio Manager training will cover everything from project initiation and the build-out of the business case to reviewing and approving/rejecting requests as they matriculate through your governance workflow. Each step will be methodically covered to ensure each student is absorbing the instructed material and is gaining valuable knowledge of the deployed system. The portfolio analysis process is also covered, including the setup and ranking of business drivers, setup of cost constraints, configuration and usage of generic resources to determine resource capacity at the organization level. Most importantly, the resource capacity also helps determine demand and availability through the use of a primary role field attached to each resource in the organization. This capability helps the organization understand their ability to not only whether they can take on new initiative, but when. Ultimately the goal is to help organizations understand how Microsoft PPM will help them select the best project portfolio.