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  • Welcome to the Clarity PPM Communities Site

    Welcome to the Clarity PPM Community where Clarity PPM users and product experts connect to share questions, ideas and feedback. Here you will find the right people and tools to help you with every stage of your Clarity PPM journey, whether you are just getting started, need help, or want to make the most of your Clarity PPM investment. We’re glad you’ve joined us!


    Note for Clarity PPM Sandbox requests, email Mike at 4TMLT4@gmail.com

Latest Discussions

  • Adding this in the Discussion area to create quick link to the  Clarity PPM Demo Series document. ------------------------------ Chris Hackett Community Manager, Broadcom Enterprise Software Division Broadcom Inc. ------------------------------

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  • Hello Everyone,      I am starting this thread for the Community Sandbox.  I will be updating the thread tonight to include the guidelines and the process for getting access.      For all sandbox correspondence (including requests, issues, etc)  please ...

Unanswered Threads

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    I was wondering if what may be causing the period start date to be a day earlier.  Originally, we had thought the midnight rule came to place, but broadcom support didn't believe that was the case.  For example, I will use the datawarehouse table dwh_tme_sheets ...

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    HI, I'M TRYING TO GET THE VALUES OF (ACTUAL REVENUE - ACTUAL COST) COLUMNS ON A NSQL QUERY OR CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE. WE NEED TO SHOW THE VALUES WE GET FROM DOING (ACTUAL COST - ACTUAL REVENUE), IN THIS CASE 128.000 - 105.000 = 23.000 AND POPULATE ...

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  • In the last blog entry , we looked at the first step to successful Digital Product Management (DPM), organizing your investments and products in a way that makes sense for your business. Once you have that foundation in place you need to begin building ...

  • One of the biggest problems with investing in projects is that often those projects don’t reflect how your business actually operates. In fact, they are the exact opposite. Projects are designed as temporary pieces of work, which when completed, ...