Kalypso and Planisware Improving Portfolio Management in Webinar

April 16, 2012

BEACHWOOD, OHIO – As the economy slowly improves, organizations are challenged to make insightful business decisions about their product and innovation portfolios. Kalypso, the world’s premier innovation consulting firm, is partnering with Planisware to present “Leading Practices for Improving Portfolio Management,” a live webcast April 17, 2012 at 11AM EST.

Organizations face hard decisions when managing the product pipeline and a lack of visibility and inconsistent analytics make it difficult to make informed decisions with confidence. Pierre Hulin, Principal Consultant at Planisware and Pamela Soin, Portfolio and Pipeline Management Practice Lead at Kalypso will address key areas where a combination of leading processes and tools can help organizations fast-track portfolio management success.

WHAT: Leading Practices for Improving Portfolio Management
WHEN: April 17, 2012, 11AM EST
WHO: Pamela Soin, Portfolio and Pipeline Management Practice Lead, Kalypso
Pierre Hulin, Principal Consultant, Planisware

Strategic partners Planisware, the leading global provider of world-class project and product portfolio management solutions, and Kalypso have collaborated to integrate Kalypso’s proven innovation process management model and rapid deployment approach with Planisware’s flexible, industry-leading software platform. The combined offering, called Nova for PPM powered by Planisware, enables product-oriented organizations to quickly implement, adopt and execute successful practical portfolio management.

About Kalypso

Kalypso is the world's premier innovation consulting firm, helping clients improve performance, drive profitability and create sustainable results by delivering on the promise of innovation. The people of Kalypso are leading business professionals who combine unparalleled expertise in innovation, product development, and product lifecycle management (PLM) with a depth of experience in the consumer goods, high technology, manufacturing, life sciences and retail industries.