GenSight Named “Cool Vendor” by Gartner Research
May 8, 2014 – GenSight, a leading provider of Portfolio, Resource and Project Management solutions, today announced they have been named a “2014 Cool Vendor” in the category of Program and Portfolio Management.
“GenSight was selected for their use of advanced analytics and advanced visualizations — including 3D, animations and portfolio optimization — that are not found in other project portfolio management vendors’ offerings. Anyone leading an enterprise program and portfolio management office (EPMO) should care about the GenSight Group, and this class of solution; it is one of the promising types of solutions lending analytical support to this constantly evolving role and the complexities with which it is faced” says Robert Handler of Gartner, VP at Gartner.
GenSight takes an interesting approach to portfolio management, compared to other vendors. GenSight offers a complete solution including Business Process Design, Enterprise Software and Change Management to assist their customers in improving their Portfolio, Resource, Stage-Gate and Project Management capabilities.
About the Gartner Cool Vendor
Digital business is causing changes on a scale and at a frequency that is unprecedented. New opportunities can be captured through use of many emerging technologies, new products and services. A Gartner “Cool Vendor” will support digitalization and the notion of “Big Change”
A Gartner “Cool Vendor” offer exciting and innovative technology, reshaping the future of IT and business practices…a nexus of forces that are causing real business
disruption. In addition to new technology, a cool vendor also offers their clients a new business model.
GenSight is the industry’s only complete platform for complex Portfolio and Resource Optimization. Our total solution integrates business process consulting, best-of-breed technology, and change management. Just some of the organizations deploying the GenSight solution are Johnson and Johnson, Coca-Cola, FedEx, Suncor Energy, Pfizer, Cisco, Natura, Westinghouse, Sun Chemical, GlaxoSmithKline, The United Nations and the US Department of Energy.