See this comparison of Asana vs. Project Portfolio Office (PPO) based on data from user reviews. Asana rates 4.3/5 stars with 2874 reviews. Project Portfolio Office (PPO) rates 4.6/5 stars with 15 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.
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|Most Helpful Favorable Review|
Recurring tasks and simple task delegation make it easy to manage weekly tasks/projects and stay up to date on who is accomplishing each task and whether it has been completed. I also love Asana's 'boards' project type. It is a "Trello-like" experience...
PPO enables rapid deployment and RAID (risks, actions, issues, decisions) management from day one. What I like best is PPO's ability to reduce waste.
|Most Helpful Critical Review|
Azana sort of forces a task management paradigm on your company. There are some situations where you can't quite fit what you are doing into the mold they provide. One good example of this if you have some sort of high level task that you would like a...
G2 Crowd User in Financial Services
Well, the way certain functions work on PPO like when you work on a Project you have to scroll back up to submit.... I think that could be changed to work better :D
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