Digital expectations, whether driven by citizens, elected representatives or the way local authorities operate themselves, are leading to a rethinking of the role of information systems departments. This is a far-reaching transformation that is impacting the organization, starting with its key activity: project implementation. CIO 's missions are moving towards a more cross-functional and strategic approach, well beyond the purely technical remit to which it has often been reduced in the past. This restructuring raises a number of questions as to how it should be applied on a day-to-day basis. What balance should be struck between governance management and project deliverability? How do you manage a vast portfolio of projects, combining decision-making with all the players involved, while ensuring on-time delivery and respect for resources? How can we bring a project to fruition while taking into account the new facets of the CIO function?
Project monitor made us abandon our Excel files for budget preparation and monitoring for good. Compared to Excel, the PPM tool Project Monitor is more reliable. In fact, it has enabled us to save 1 day's accounting time to... 1 hour!Sandrine CHABANNES - Accounting and Contracts Unit Manager
The plan for implementing this digital roadmap is at the heart of our work and thinking. For its implementation, we're applying the same principles that governed our choice of scenarios. We have chosen Project Monitor, a project portfolio management tool. This tool is backed up by our budget tracking toolsMona IZABELLE - General Delegate for Transformation
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