What’s New in Clarity 15.7.1
New features for Clarity PPM Release 15.7.1 include:
- Hierarchies exist everywhere. Organize Products, Programs and underlying investments into Hierarchical structure and navigate. Visualize metrics such as investment type, planned cost & work status for each hierarchy item. Combine Projects, Custom Investment Types, and Ideas into one or more hierarchies. Search and select investments using powerful filtering capabilities.
- Define your own links and categories with Menu-Level Links. Access other applications from the Clarity PPM menu system. Includes the ability to access Clarity PPM Classic dashboards, reports, or other pages from the Clarity PPM menu system.
- Expanded Investment Lifecycle Management to include the ability to manage Staff, Tasks, and Assignments on Custom Investments with OBS security.
- Provide financial use case support for Demand and Investment Lifecycle Management with the added capability to capture Actuals, Units & Revenue in Cost Plans for both Ideas and Custom Investments.
- Enable managers with the ability to filter for open timesheets across multiple time periods and prepare “missing time” report directly from the new configurable Timesheet grid.
- End users now have the ability to create their own charts (BETA *) on the fly directly from the grid in which they are interacting. End users select a collection of cells and use the charting tools to prepare the needed visuals with a selected chart type.
- Various items in response to customer demand including infinite scroll within Staff & Assignment resource lookups, a configurable flyout for Project Assignments, Copy & Paste for MSP, and Office 2019 (Excel / PPT) support.
* This is a beta feature and may contain bugs, errors and/or other problems. This feature is provided “AS IS, WITH NO WARRANTIES.” CA does not guarantee the availability of this beta feature, and any outages or downtime of the beta feature will not count towards service credits pursuant to CA’s service level agreement. There is no guarantee, representation or obligation that the beta feature will ever be made generally available in future releases of the product.