Please note: the last two posters, "projectvision" and "clockmeister" are vendors - they are posting about products they sell. They should have made this clear in their posts. They also should have talked about why they think their products are good for the unique needs of mission-based organizations, and named a few libraries or nonprofits - or types of nonprofits - that use their products.
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We work closely with the National Health Service in the UK. The NHS CCGs are responsible for delivering many projects and programmes including QIPP initiatives. To control these programmes and track benefits, many CCGs and NHS Trusts are looking to purchase a PPM tool to help manage these initiatives. Although I am biased – we at Bestoutcome provide PM3, a tool that many NHS organisations use – this is a sensible decision. It is important, however, to select the right tool that is fit for purpose. I've written some NHS tips for selecting the right PMO tool.
I have used Teamworks Projects software but I'm not sure it offers any package or features specific to non-profits.
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