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==Introduction==
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{{info|This page is under construction}}
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Features includes:
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::* Task management using the Task Editor
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::** Work breakdown structure with configurable wbs codes
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::** Tasks, summary tasks and milestones
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::** Different types of time constraints
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::** Different types of dependencies.
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::* Resource management using the Resource Editor
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::** Resource breakdown structure
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::** Working- and material resource types
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::** Resource allocation on group level
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::* Work time & vacation definition using the Work & Vacation Editor
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::* Cost management using the Cost Breakdown Structure Editor
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::* Earned value management
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::*Project scheduling using the Schedules Editor
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::** Schedule forward from start time or backwards from finish time
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::** Allow or avoid resource overbooking
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::** PERT distribution with optimistic-, pessimistic-, and most likely estimates
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::** Multiple schedules with possibility to schedule from current progress information
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::* Task tracking using the Task Execution View or Task Status View

Revision as of 05:47, 28 August 2010

Introduction

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Information
This page is under construction


Features includes:

  • Task management using the Task Editor
    • Work breakdown structure with configurable wbs codes
    • Tasks, summary tasks and milestones
    • Different types of time constraints
    • Different types of dependencies.
  • Resource management using the Resource Editor
    • Resource breakdown structure
    • Working- and material resource types
    • Resource allocation on group level
  • Work time & vacation definition using the Work & Vacation Editor
  • Cost management using the Cost Breakdown Structure Editor
  • Earned value management
  • Project scheduling using the Schedules Editor
    • Schedule forward from start time or backwards from finish time
    • Allow or avoid resource overbooking
    • PERT distribution with optimistic-, pessimistic-, and most likely estimates
    • Multiple schedules with possibility to schedule from current progress information
  • Task tracking using the Task Execution View or Task Status View

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