Clarity PPM | Get Control of Your Environment

When, Why, and How to Stay Out of the Box (OOTB) was one of the most popular classes at our recent Clarity PPM (CA PPM) conference—RegoUniversity. Why? Selecting the right areas to stay OOTB—in this powerful PPM tool—is important for maintaining control.

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OOTB refers to out-of-the-box. It's the one-size-fits-all Clarity PPM environment.

Many people in the classroom were new to Clarity and wanted to make sure they didn't implement something the system wasn’t designed to do. They came with a lot of best-practice questions. But we also had a handful of Clarity veterans who came to the presentation because they've experienced the pain of not following OOTB guidelines, and they're considering rolling back features.

Jerry Dolak and Wes McCoubrie had a reassuring message: wherever you’re at with Clarity PPM, it’s not too late. If you’re starting a new implementation, you can keep a simple, manageable environment. And if you’ve been around the block and found yourself over-configured, you can back into OOTB guidelines.

We have many clients doing fresh start upgrades or putting together formal projects to remove customization. Read Rego’s best practice guidelines for keeping Clarity out-of-the-box in our free white paper: 8 Ways to Streamline Clarity PPM.

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Let Rego Be Your Guide


Join us live and in-person at RegoUniversity in San Diego Sept 29-Oct 2 and learn from the expert guides who deliver Clarity PPM and Agile services to 60% of Fortune 20 companies. Act now to save $300 on Early Bird Pricing until July 1st.

Rego also offers free health assessments, webinars, and half-day training classes for Clarity PPM on Roadmaps in the Modern UX, Power BI, Portfolio Management, and Jaspersoft. 

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By Camille Pack|June 05, 2017

About the Author: Camille Pack

Camille Pack

Camille Pack has been in marketing for over a decade and started her career as a college composition instructor during graduate school. Technical writing lends itself well to mastery, and in her time at Rego, Camille offered clients product support, configured environments, and served as both a project manager for an internal reporting group and a business analyst for a large external client. Camille holds an MA in Literature and Writing, and a BS in Biology.

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