Posted by Gioacchino Gaudioso 20.01.16


Max Mara Fashion Group Awards Project Objects Contract for Project & Portfolio Management Software

Project Objects, a leading international provider of software, consultancy and best practice expertise for Enterprise Project & Portfolio Intelligence Management (PPM) announces that it has received a contract from the Max Mara Fashion Group to deploy its PPM solution.  

In January 2016, MaxMara Fashion Group selected Project Objects to plan and control schedules, costs and resources of their Projects across their Brands and Companies. Thanks to the flexibility of the software, MMFG Project and Resource Managers can easily define scope, assign resources, identify the budget, collect actuals as well as consolidate data for corporate reporting. Project Objects offers a wide range of capabilities which perfectly suit the fashion industry in leading projects from the concept to the close out.  

Jira Integration Go Live
In September 2016, a new important milestone achievement comes from the MaxMara Fashion group implementation of ProjectObjects.  Atlassian Jira, the leading software for IT Agile teams, is now integrated to ProjectObjects PPM solution. The IT Project Managers can create issues starting from Project Objects project activities, assign people and track worked hours coming from the Jira worklog. Thanks to this integration, every manager can plan and control his own projects fully synchronized with agile teams busy daily Jira issues.

About Max Mara Fashion Group
Recognised throughout the world as the precursor of modern pret-à-porter fashion, the Max Mara Group is one of the largest international fashion houses and the first Italian clothing company. The company was formed in 1951 with the aim of offering “haute de gamme” feminine clothing, produced according to excellent industrial processes. More than 2,300 sophisticated designer outlets are open worldwide, not only on the most famous shopping streets of metropolises such as Milan, Paris, London, Moscow, New York and Tokyo but also in South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Australia, Brazil and New Caledonia.