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10 hrs

On average, TrueProject saves Project Managers 10 hours per week.

2 hrs

TrueProject saves project Team Members 2+ hours per week.

100 %

Guaranteed improvement
of project success.

How is TrueProject different?


Role Perspective How?
Stakeholder "Get my voice heard."  Quick assessment to share feedback.
Project Manager

"Massive time savings."

 Automated, early risk identification. 

 Monday morning project status.


"Focused problem identification."

 On-demand portfolio status.

 Monday morning portfolio update.


"Staying informed."

 "Pull" or "Push" project reporting.

 Data finds you.

Typical project management tools don’t address the core problems that are subjective or human factor related, and most information is not forthcoming on impending problems until it’s too late. But, through the automation of management information discovery, TrueProject provides clear and immediate visibility into project status, while predicting project outcomes to keep you clear of potential problems while there is time to solve them.

Why TrueProject?


Tom Fruman

Coupled with project assurance, have saved taxpayers an estimated $280 million that would have been lost to failed or challenged technology projects.

Tom Fruman
Director of Enterprise
Governance and Planning,
Georgia Technology Authority

Bala Varadarajan

TrueProject provides us a competitive advantage in managing our client engagements. The ability to have the platform highlight issues way before they actually happen can significantly reduce cost and time over-runs.

Bala Varadarajan
Systech Solutions, Inc.

Roger Barker

Being a consulting service provider, TrueProject provides us with customizable project oversight, with enhanced success rates leading to happy clients.

Roger Barker
Director, PMO,
Systech Solutions, Inc.

Capers Jones

There is nothing out there like this. It was obviously developed by someone who understands how a PMO works.

Capers Jones
Author and Chief Scientist Emeritus of
Software Productivity Research, Inc. (SPR)

Calvin Rhodes

This solution provides a governance layer of process discipline, best practices, and predictive analysis to reduce risk...

Calvin Rhodes
Chief Information Officer,
Georgia Technology Authority

Dr. Robert Charette

Now organizations can save money... and projects... by monitoring the factors that are the Early Warning Signs of project problems.

Dr. Robert Charette
International Risk Management Expert
President, ITABHI Corporation

Brendan Rovan

After five or six months of using TrueProject, our team unanimously voted to continue its use due to the tremendous value each of our team members received from it. Our team now frequently gives their input on TrueProject questionnaires knowing the information with be used appropriately allowing us to incorporate the feedback of all team members to improve the project.

Brendan Rovan
Director of Solution Delivery,
Florida Department of Financial Services

Project failure statistics


The failure of IT costs the U.S. economy about $50-$150 billion annually


- Harvard Business Review


17 percent of IT projects go so badly, they threaten the existence of the company.


- McKinsey & Company


Just 40 percent of projects at IBM meet the company's three key goals.




The failure rate of projects with budgets over $1M is 50% higher than the failure rate of projects with budgets below $350,000.

- Gartner


57 percent of projects fail
due to communications breakdown.


- IT Cortex


Three-quarters of projects fail because senior management doesn’t get involved.


- Capterra

Product comparision

"Project success is defined by achieving the desired business value within the bounds of competing constraints. The six categories here depict the component areas that are necessary to achieve this success."

Kerzner, Harold. Project Management 2.0. Wiley, 2015.


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Microsoft Project

Oracle Primavera




CA Clarity

Project Leadership

PM Best Practices

Corrective Recommendations

Project Governance

PPM Project/Portfolio Selection

Project Methodology and Process Compliance

Phase Gate Measurement

Deliverables Verification

Project Metrics

Metrics, KPIs and EWS Selection

Team Input Linked to KPIs/EWS

Continuous Stakeholder Input

Stakeholder Feedback

Scheduled Assessments to all Project Stakeholders

Triggered Assessments

Continuous Status Monitoring

Dynamic Project Dashboards

Configurable Displays and Alert Thresholds

Team Collaboration

Direct Input to PM from Team Members

Issues Logging and Tracking

"Project success is defined by completion of the project within the triple constraints of time, cost and scope. These comparison items represented here are what PMOs deem appropriate to achieving success. They are ranked in eleven areas according to what is important to PMOs in order to achieve success."

Brian Hobbs, P. (2010). The Project Management Office (PMO): A Quest for Understanding.


PMO Priority

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Microsoft Project

Oracle Primavera




CA Clarity

Report Project Status
Inform project owners and upper management


Implement a Standard Methodology
Ensure all projects follow a proven standard


Monitor & Control Performance
Are projects performing efficiently?


Serve as a Project Information System
Provide real-time, historical, & trending analytics


Provide Advice to Management
Alert users to problems & guide them to solutions


Act as a Project Scoreboard
Consistently compare project performance


Assist Project Managers
Give PMs feedback on improving their projects


Manage One or More Portfolios
Allow for flexibility in how projects are organized


Conduct Project Audits
Check into project health at any time


Monitor & Control PMO Performance
Provide info and feedback across the portfolio


Develop Competency of Personnel
Guide and train those involved with the project