Oracle has just released the latest version of Primavera P6 8.1. This is quite a major release and addresses a common complaint from the previous release (version 8.0) and that is, the return of Administrator functions back into a stand alone client version. In addition to the Administrator functions, Security, Enterprise Project Structure, Organizational Breakdown […]
If you’re finding that the lovely list of code values you just entered for an activity or project don’t show up in the Code dialog when you attempt to assign them – here’s why.
With nearly all enterprise implementations of Primavera P6 that we encounter at Ten Six Consulting, organizations have a requirement to integrate Primavera P6 with other enterprise systems. These include HR, ERP, Finance and Accounting systems, Manufacturing, etc. Here we are taking a look at the different roles both systems perform when integrating Primavera P6 with
Oracle Primavera P6 Analytics is a relatively new module is still largely unexplored by the Primavera user community. So what exactly does it do? It is designed to help senior management
If you’re using Oracle’s Primavera P6 enterprise project management tool suite and are like most other organizations, you probably have a large resource pool. You’ll also find that assigning resources from that pool to your project can be time consuming, as scrolling
Clients soften ask us to give an overview of Oracle’s Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) product range and explain what all the different modules do. Because Primavera P6 can scale from a single user to the largest of enterprise implementations, it’s easy to understand the confusion.
There are times when clients are trying to import XER files from newer versions of Primavera P6 and encounter difficulties. Whether it’s a project file coming in from a sub-contractor or customer it’s not uncommon to get an error similar to this “A Version 6.2 XER cannot be Imported”. Of course this refers to the […]
Why Role Based Training Works Many enterprise tool vendors offer training in their products that are a generic “one size fits all” tool-focused approach. By focusing only on tool training, this approach often ignores what it takes to make an implementation successful. While this can help some team members at the individual level, more often […]