At Triskell we know that one size doesn’t fit all, every business is different. This this why Triskell is fully configurable and let you configure any kinds of portfolio applications to support your business

Get rid of customization.

From day one creating our goal was give back the power to customers. With Triskell incredible open object model, organization can configure the exact portfolio solution the need and deserve without costing and hazardous customization.

Template Library.

Triskell includes object templates to standardize and facilitate object creation. Templates apply on any object like project, product, application, investment. Templates includes mainly:
Properties and attributes.
Sub-object structures (i.e. work packages, phases, risks, deliverables, milestones).
Generic resources.
Gantt chart with tasks and dependencies.

Everything in your hands

Limited only by your imagination

Advanced Object Modelization.

With Triskell, you can create with a few clicks as many management objects as your solution requires: projects, products, risks, tasks, deliverables, departments, teams, customers, contracts and much more. Each of these objects can be attached to a structure (i.e. portfolio) or another object. Each object can have natively:
A lifecycle.
An unlimited number of custom attributes grouped in custom panels.
An unlimited number of custom roles defining the access to the properties, the attributes and the features for that object.
A set of features for the object: master plan, Gantt chart, scrum board, resource pools reports and much more.
An unlimited number of custom relationships with other objects: projects can be attached to products and departments, risks to deliverables, issues to customers, tasks to issues and so on. You can tune up your Solution as you want.

Custom Attributes & Panels per Object.

An unlimited number of attributes can be attached to every Triskell object. Those attributes can be text, rich text, list, dates, numeric, boolean or time-phased.
Maximum, minimum and default values can be defined for each attribute.
Attributes can be grouped in one or several panels with groups, tabs, sections and columns.
Access to attributes is controlled by role and lifecycle: hidden, read or edit.
Attributes can be defined as mandatory.
Icons and colors can be defined for list values and are displayed in scorecards.
Color ranges can be defined to highlight numeric attributes in panels and scorecards (i.e. score lower than 3 = red).
Change tracking: Any change made to an Attribute by a user will be saved and displayed in panels and scorecards.