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Microsoft Success Stories

PPM Case Study: Melbourne Water

Melbourne Water Corporation is responsible for providing affordable, world-class drinking water and safe sewage treatment for millions of Melbournians. As water demand and environmental complexity increase, so do the number of projects and employees—and Melbourne Water found itself in a difficult position; for the first three years of its five-year regulatory period it had delivered one in three projects late. Melbourne Water quickly realised it needed a project portfolio management tool that did not involve switching between systems or manually inputting data into Excel spreadsheets.


PPM Case Study: Alaska Federal Credit Union

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Anchorage and one of America’s largest credit unions with more than 600,000 members and nearly $7 billion in assets, chose Project Online for their PPM needs. They made the decision to move to Office 365, but they had a legacy Project Server 2013 environment on-premises with which they had struggled and had difficulty getting full adoption. Learn how Sensei helped them make a smooth transition from Project Server 2013 to the cloud with the Sensei PPM Beacon.


Sensei PPM Solutions Roundup

There’s been a lot of exciting innovations and updates to Sensei Solutions which focus exclusively on Work, Project and Portfolio Management on the Microsoft platform. In this video Sensei CEO, Kenneth Steiness will walk you through a quick roundup of how we are bringing Processes, Best Practices, and Industry Standards to everything we do.



Sensei Culture

When we’re at work, we work hard, with tonnes of passion and enthusiasm (and the occasional break for a table tennis tournament or a free beverage or snack). But we also cherish our relationships with family and friends, so when we’re off, we’re off….and this is what we love to do… Join the people of Sensei here.


PPM Case Study: Fujitsu

What does the Australian subsidiary Fujitsu, a $4.7 trillion yen (US$41 billion) company and one of the world’s largest ICT companies, do when they require a whole new level of connectedness; when they need a partner that could combine several multi-national groups using various systems including CA Clarity, move everything to the cloud, and integrate with SAP—all in a few months? They partner with Sensei, a Microsoft Gold Partner that specializes in best practices Project Portfolio Management, Integration-as-a-Service and Reporting-as-a-Service, of course!