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Tempo Vs Portfolio

Yogesh Mude
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Jul 18, 2021

I have already worked on the Tempo (Timesheet, Planner and Budget), now i need to explore the Portfolio. Before that i have some basic question in my mind.

Q1. When we should go with the Tempo not Portfolio.

Q2. What is more going to get when we go with Tempo or Vice versa.

Q3. I see in both the apps we can manage the teams, workload, capacity and resource planning then which one should we go with and why?

Any Suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance! 

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Deleted user Jul 19, 2021

@Yogesh Mude are two different instruments, fulfilling two different aspects but included in the "iron triangle" management of projects. That is why they are complementary, they can be used together I mean. But Tempo Planner does not replace Advanced Roadmaps. In any case, it is better to opt for a winning pair: BigPicture by SoftwarePlant and Advanced Roadmaps (since we now have it inside Jira "for free", why not use it?).


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