From Uncertainty to Clarity: How Project and Portfolio Management Strengthens IT Governance
With the recent surge in economic uncertainty, CIOs have begun to take a closer look at strengthening their IT governance processes to improve prioritization and project execution. Expensive and risky initiatives that rely on IT for success have also come under greater scrutiny by business stakeholders. As a result, Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) has become crucial for IT organizations to improve investment decision-making and gain better control over their projects, resources and overall costs. Attend this webcast for a closer look at how PPM strengthens IT governance and helps track and communicate the IT portfolio's performance, cost and quality metrics.
Listen to this Webcast to discover the five most important criteria to consider when selecting a PPM solution and learn real world examples of how organizations have realized measurable value with next generation PPM.
Sr. Director, Product Marketing, CA Clarity PPM
Jose Mora is the Sr. Director for Product Marketing for CA Clarity Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) solution, where he is responsible for all Project and Portfolio Management and IT governance-related marketing activities including product strategy and positioning. Mr. Mora also conducts research on IT governance best practices and the emerging role of the Project Management Office in IT organizations. He has also brought to market several new software product releases including specific solutions supporting Earned Value Analysis, IT Governance, Risk and Controls, and PMO Best Practices. Mr. Mora has over 12 years experience in enterprise software application management and another 5 years in engineering project management. Prior to joining CA, Mr. Mora was a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at PeopleSoft where he managed the Financials ERP and Enterprise Service Automation product lines. Previously, Mr. Mora ran product marketing at Intraware, an innovative provider of turn-key digital delivery services, including software and license delivery, where he managed the launch of several products related to application performance and load-testing. Earlier, he was Sr. Engineering Project Manager at Valin Engineered Systems, a privately-held engineering firm, where he developed and brought to market chemical-mechanical planarization subcomponents for such companies as Applied Materials and Lam Research.
Mr. Mora earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis and a Master in Business Administration from Santa Clara University.
- CA Technologies.
- Apr 16, 2008, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)