Choosing the right tool for the support of project management is a big challenge for many companies. The organizational, methodological, cultural and technical conditions, respectively requirements, can be set by analysing the current state. This forms the basis for designing an effective and efficient configuration for tool-based project management.
Here it is important to consider and equally take into account weaknesses and strengths. In the end, the success of a tool is only determined by its capabilities to improve processes and its seamless integration in a company.
Additionally, the analysis of the current state is the basis and preparation for a possible software evaluation. In this case, change management is utilized to initiate necessary changes. Further measures can be taken, based on additional analyses of procedural and methodological deficits.
This favours the decrease of conflict potential between involved stakeholders as well as the differentiated consideration of tool-independent issues.