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Automate Your Way to Success- or Fail Manually

The PMI’s 2019 Pulse of the Profession report found that almost 12% of project investment dollars are wasted because of poor performance, and that’s been fairly consistent for the last five years.

Gartner recently estimated that 80% of the project management tasks being carried out today will be eliminated by artificial intelligence (AI) within the next ten years.

But you can’t wait another decade to see if Gartner’s prediction comes true. You need to start reducing the cost of those tasks now by automating as much as possible. But how do you start?

The right automation solution will not only pay for itself in a very short period, it will enable you to focus your resources on adding even more value to your business.

PMOs have to ensure that they are providing their project managers with the most effective and efficient tools and techniques available. And that means automation – to optimise return on investment (ROI).

The best automation software will allow PMOs to create routing, screening and validation rules in multiple areas, helping business areas, project managers and the PMO itself to be not only more effective, but also more efficient.

80% of the project management tasks being carried out today will be eliminated by artificial intelligence (AI) within the next ten years.

Read the “Road to Automation” White Paper from Deltek and the Project Management Institute (PMI), on how you can start your automation journey.

Broadly speaking, it advises that your PMO should be looking at three distinct areas to help achieve that:

  1. Workflow automation for project communications
  2. Screening and gatekeeping for work validation
  3. Self-serve support for project stakeholder information
    delivery

Download the White Paper where we look at each of these in more detail.

Download “Automate Your Way to Success – or Fail Manually”

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