Primavera (software)

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Primavera was launched in 1983 by Primavera Systems Inc. and was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008.

Primavera software includes project management, collaboration and control capabilities and integrates with other enterprise software such as Oracle or SAP’s ERP systems.


In 2012, Primavera P6 EPPM, upgrade Release 8.2, added capabilities for governance, project-team participation, and project visibility. Mobile PPM was introduced through Primavera’s P6 Team Member for iPhone and Team Member Web Interface, to streamline communications between project team members in the field and in the office. In addition, Primavera P6 Analytics Release 2.0 gained new enterprise-reporting tools and dashboards for monitoring and analyzing performance data, including geospatial analysis. Organizations could also investigate comparative trends and cause-and-effect in multiple projects with Primavera Contract Management Release 14 as it now includes the report-writing capabilities of Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher.[1]

On 8 April 2013 Oracle Corporation announced the release of version 8.4 of Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management.[2] This version incorporated material from Oracle's acquisitions of Skire and Instantis in 2012.[3]


The Info-Tech Research Group ranked Primavera as a ”Market Pillar”[4] in their Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Vendor Landscape for 2014.

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