Project Management Software? Any ideas
Thread poster: Scott Evans
Scott Evans
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May 20, 2003

Hi everyone!

I\'m looking for a software package geared towards project management. I tried TOM4 and found it to be helpful but it seems like it has a ton of features I don\'t need and lacks the ones I would like to have in there. Right now, we\'re using Goldmine for the sales staff to manage the client contacts and follow-ups and I am managing everything using Excel and Outlook\'s calendar.

Does anyone have experience with other software packages to try. I\'m not even interested in tying it with CAT or glossaries... just looking for something that can automate the project and quotation management process.

Thanks for your input!

Scott Evans


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mk_lab  Identity Verified
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MS Project May 20, 2003

Did you try Microsoft Project?

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Lucinda  Identity Verified
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Yes, definitely. That one immediately came up by me. It does not seem too cumbersome. May 20, 2003

2003-05-20 18:30 mk_lab wrote:

Did you try Microsoft Project?

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Look at ! May 21, 2003

Being myself a project manager, and expert in MS Project, maybe it is still too much for simple necessities. In the site I mentioned you can find even freeware project management programs.

Jorge H.

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