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Migrating from Oracle Primavera to Microsoft Project Online

Written by admin on February 25th, 2020 at 4:01 pm

These days, more and more organizations are looking to make the switch from Oracle Primavera to Microsoft Project Online. This decision can be driven by the need to move to a cloud-based SaaS solution, or simply because the organization wants a better user experience and increased flexibility for managing projects and portfolios.

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Microsoft’s Work Management Offerings Just Got More Interesting!

Written by Hubie Sturtevant on October 28th, 2019 at 12:08 pm

Microsoft’s robust selection of modern work management offerings just got a whole lot more interesting with the release of Project for the web. This exciting new, modern web-based task and project management solution provides an experience that supports co-authoring, interactive grid/board/timeline views and a whole lot more!

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Exciting new roadmapping capabilities now available for Microsoft Project users!

Written by Ben Chamberlain on January 18th, 2019 at 11:57 am

Microsoft recently released a new feature for Project called Roadmap. According to Microsoft, “Roadmap is a visually exciting way to combine information from multiple Waterfall and Agile projects and share it with co-workers.” But that’s just the beginning…

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Introducing UMT360 Apps for Microsoft PPM

Written by Ben Chamberlain on August 17th, 2017 at 2:27 pm

There’s no question that Microsoft Project Online and Project Server are world-class PPM solutions. When implemented correctly, Microsoft’s PPM platform enables organizations to establish the solid foundation they need to manage project execution. But when it comes to extending capabilities beyond Microsoft’s core PPM features, organizations have historically relied on expensive and complicated customizations and work-arounds.

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