How Sensei put RMIT on the path to Project Management maturity
RMIT University partnered with Sensei Project Solutions to achieve a capability uplift of it’s Microsoft Project solution and enhanced user adoption for its Portfolio and Project Management practice. Through simplification of the software implementation, improved user design, training and support, Sensei has set RMIT on the path to universal adoption among users. This is considered crucial in providing a clear view of all projects underway at any time, with accurate, up-to-date, and trusted reporting made available to the University’s governing body.
Once RMIT University rolled out Microsoft Project using Sensei’s project portfolio and work management solution, it realised the path to value had only just begun. While the solution was ideal from a technical perspective, the new challenge was driving adoption among a diverse user group of formal and informal project managers, simplifying and maturing the software, and delivering a consistent view of all capital initiatives across a complex and dynamic organisation. To overcome this hurdle, Sensei provided the expertise, guidance and insight needed so that RMIT University can now experience growing benefits from its investments in a class-leading project, portfolio and work management solution.
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