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Microsoft Project Server 2010: A Financial Management Solution for Projects, Programs, and Portfolios (white paper)
This white paper describes how the Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2010 Solution can be used by finance professionals as a financial management solution to better manage their organization's projects, programs, and portfolios.
- This white paper describes how the EPM 2010 Solution can provide the tools necessary as part of a good, practice-driven finance function, with respect to project appraisal and capital allocation. This paper also reviews key points to consider during the implementation of a solution. Finally, for readers who are looking for more detail and have additional requirements, the paper outlines additional options from Microsoft and Microsoft Project and Portfolio Management partners to further extend the functionality of the EPM 2010 Solution. The intended audience for this paper is finance professionals who are responsible for budgeting, corporate strategy, or project accounting. As the processes of project financial management and budgeting affect varying levels and areas within many organizations, this white paper may also benefit those who have a role within, or responsibility for, financial management processes that relate to projects. This paper was was written by Arbutus Solutions.
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