Microsoft Project Benefits

Payal Verna
Delivery Manager of EPM
We have implemented four domains like telecom, construction, banking, insurance, health sector and pharmaceuticals. We have worked, to some extent, in each of these domains. Of course the customization, configuration and implementation varies from user to user requirements as to how they want to, and to what extent they want to do it. For example, currently I'm working for a manufacturing domain. They wanted to implement this particular thing because they want me to monitor their projects, which is running into multiple verticals within the organization and we're unable to gauge as to exactly where we are with the project status, and how we are aligned with the resourcing and the costing part. They have their own set of workflows and processes. We help them create that within the Project Online environment, configure their process, their workflows, their information, and all the project related documentation. It's based on the SharePoint environment. Everything that you can do within the SharePoint environment is available here as well. So content management can be configured, as per the needs and configurations and workflows. Of course, the reporting part is a key essential for any organization. You can build your dashboards, your reports, you have a support of actual reports. You have support for PowerPoint reports, power builder. I'm not sure if you're aware of this, but all of this is supported by the environment. So you can have all the dynamic reporting and dashboards as per your requirements. View full review »
Darwin Reynell Nava Fernández
Project Leader at Plataforma de Comunicaciones Platcomm - Cibersys
* Lifting of work plans * Assignment and effective control of the resources of the organization * The establishment of baselines allows the project leader to take corrective actions in case of deviations. * It ensures quality and efficiency in each activity. * Control of project costs. View full review »
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Professor, Info Technology at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
Students have benefited from learning the de-facto standard for managing projects used by all the major companies worldwide. View full review »
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MalayarasanMahalingam
Project Planning & Controls Specialist at a consultancy
It is a user-friendly solution that we can easily understand. We can analyze a critical task, create a mitigation plan, add different calendars, control entire projects, scheduling and the like. View full review »
Jeffrey Bloom
Sr. Enterprise & Project Portfolio Manager/Consultant, Master Scheduler, Enterprise Architect at Jeffrey A. Bloom
With well-constructed templates that include milestones that allow upper management to effectively measure progress, the dependencies between project and external activities that often diminish project success can be mitigated. View full review »
Martin Nwoga
Business Director at CWG Plc
This solution has improved our planning, scheduling, resource optimization, and financial reporting. View full review »
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