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  1. Hi All. New Meisterplan user here. This is my second post of the day. :) Tracking project costs vs planned project budgets is an area of focus at my organization. While testing out Meisterplan, I realized that even though I can enter budgets (capex, opex, benefits) at the portfolio level, there is no way for me to enter budgets (capex, opex, benefits) at the project level. Even if i create a custom field to enter planned capex, opex and benefit $$ for each project, there is no way for Meisterplan to use that data and interactively show it as part of the financials section in the portfolio designer. I think it would be immensely beneficial for portfolio managers if they were able to enter planned opex, capex and benefits $$ information against each project as this would allow them to track cost allocations (Actual costs) at the individual project level when cost events happen (instead of only tracking at the overall portfolio level). Hope I was able to explain the use case somewhat. Please let me know if additional information is needed.
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