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Tag Archives: allocating resources

Projectum – Resource Manager

Resource Manager is produced by Projectum. Product Summary: Aids users with resource management.   Capabilities: Simplifies the processes of requesting and allocating resources for people who resist using Microsoft Project Server Compatible with Microsoft Project Server 2010 and newer This product requires a site license that can be purchased through Projectum’s site Have experience using this software?…

Campana Schott – Resource Management

The CS Resource Management application is produced by Campana & Schott.   Product Summary: Helps users manage project resources and approve processes more effectively and with greater transparency.     Capabilities: Accommodates live feed on status of requests Reports can be generated quickly to help guide and track priorities Users can submit their end-of-project requirements through a standardized process…

OnePager – OnePager Pro for Microsoft Project

OnePager Pro for Microsoft Project is produced by OnePager. Product Summary: OnePager Pro is a Microsoft Project add-on that allows project managers to create highly customizable Gantt charts, baselines, and other commonly used charts and graphs. This tool has other features such as file sharing, collaboration among team members, and email integration. Capabilities: Embeds itself into the Microsoft…

Project Portfolio Management: Align Project Resources with Business Strategy

Projects fulfill a number of purposes within an organization. The categories within a portfolio make clear which purposes the projects serve. Examples include mandatory growth, cost-cutting, and sustaining projects. For example, a sustaining project could include preventive maintenance projects for current manufacturing equipment. Growth versus cost- cutting distinguishes projects that generate new revenue from projects…

Microsoft Project 2010 Feature Rally: Team Planner

There are the two features in Project 2010 that leap out at me as game changers: manual scheduling and the Team Planner. As Bonnie Biafore explains, manual scheduling allows the user to create and schedule tasks and resources without the interference of Microsoft Project’s scheduling engine. This means that Project won’t be second guessing the…

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