Triskell allows users to create several portfolio structures to manage, for instance, products, projects, maintenances, applications, investments and more.
Portfolios can be hierarchical (i.e. program / projects / work package).
They can include several types of objects. For instance, an IT portfolio may include projects, maintenances, support activities, risks, deliverables, tasks and issues.
Each portfolio can have its own breakdown structure, with custom roles and objects attached.
Portfolios can be attached to organizations. For example, the IT department can manage the IT portfolio, while the R&D manages the product portfolio.