Now, this is what the PMO office needs. Have you seen this?
The video below lists ten cool tools for the project management office. (Actually the term “PMO Office” is a little redundant.) But I really liked this set of tools. You start with a database that displays all your projects as peers — no more discreet files on your hard drive. Under each project is a list of assigned to employees. Those employees see only their projects and tasks in the timesheet where they record actual hours. Go back to the project task view and you can compare estimates with actuals.
Of course, the PMO office wants more than a simple task list. They want resource allocation, project revenue projects, utilization reports with percentages and effective rates. And they want some daily scrum status. To me… it all seems to be here. Take a look!