IT Portfolio, Program & Project Management

Effective IT portfolio, program, and project management enable organizations to meet strategic goals, optimize resources, and adjust to a constantly shifting regulatory environment. Establishing an effective approach requires a partnership between IT and all business units—enforcing accountability, optimizing cross-functional alignment, and escalating issues to appropriate decision makers.

Why MorganFranklin?

MorganFranklin brings a holistic view of IT portfolio, program, and project management to organizations. We work collaboratively across every department to ensure that current systems are optimized and new investments support strategic objectives. By identifying value drivers and defining stakeholder involvement upfront, we focus on the strategic, operational, financial, and governance traits that matter most.

We employ a consistent methodology across the four critical areas of IT portfolio, program, and project management: strategic value, capability alignment, sourcing enablement, and service execution. This approach facilitates collaboration, communication, and seamless adoption of enhanced, effective, and sustainable IT portfolio management capabilities.


  • Portfolio management development
  • Value model identification
  • Business case development
  • IT strategy development and alignment
  • Corporate governance development
  • Market demand analysis and evaluation
  • Workload management and capacity planning
  • Stakeholder planning and communication
  • Solicitation planning and vendor evaluation
  • Release and deployment management
  • Performance monitoring and measurement
  • Project planning and scope management

Impact & Value

  • Align IT and business strategy
  • Enable strategic sourcing decisions
  • Enhance innovation, ideation, and capabilities to respond to changing market conditions
  • Manage demand, capability, and capacity to deliver services
  • Optimize resource allocation and utilization
  • Increase user and customer satisfaction
  • Control escalating operating costs
  • Demonstrate return on investment (ROI)
  • Reduce unplanned or out-of-cycle investment requests
  • Facilitate approach to managing risk and compliance
  • Support stakeholder communication and collaboration