Project portfolio management (PPM), once a solution only larger organizations could afford, enables companies to analyze, recommend, authorize, activate, expedite, and monitor projects. In recent years, however, small to medium businesses have been able to benefit from PPM too, through software-as-a-service models of this tool.
Innotas In 2000, this Silicon Valley, California (US)-based vendor was acquired by venture capital firm Com Ventures , and formed a joint venture with Arrow Path Venture and Cedar Circle . This venture provided the seed capital to launch the Innotas solution, which made its market debut in 2006. The success of this product was recently documented by Gartner in its June 16, 2008 edition of Magic Quadrant for IT Project and Portfolio Management , a notable achievement for an organization in its early