[thelist] web-based groupware/project mgmt

Dan Slater DSlater at buxtonco.com
Tue Oct 31 09:54:40 CST 2000

Um, i'm gonna go out on a limb here and suggest Microsoft Project (with
Microsoft Project Central add on of course).

Here's a snippet from the microsoft page regarding Project Central:

Office Programs / Microsoft Project / Evaluation 

Microsoft Project Central


Microsoft Project Central is a Microsoft Project 2000 companion product that
enables collaborative planning and scheduling. Microsoft Project Central
facilitates collaboration and communication of project information by
enabling project managers, team members, and other stakeholders to view
schedule and task data and interact with the project manager over the
corporate intranet. This paper introduces the features of Microsoft Project
Central and their benefits and uses to knowledge workers at all levels of
the organization. In addition, the paper discusses technical considerations
and issues of interest to organizations considering deployment of Microsoft
Project Central. 

And it's nowhere NEAR 100K.  :o

Dan Slater
Web Guy
The Buxton Company

-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Koleszar [mailto:nick at aussieinlondon.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 9:42 AM
To: evolt
Subject: [thelist] web-based groupware/project mgmt

I am trying to figure out the best way to manage a development team who are
about 2 hours drive away from me. The status quo is a spreadsheet which is
emailed round everyone (programmers, managers, senior execs) but that is
messy and rarely accurate or timely.

Anyone have any ideas where to go for an off the shelf (as much as possible)
solution that ignoramuses will have little trouble using and which enforces
the assignment tracking and completion of tasks?

No doubt, I am perfectly describing some 100k IBM product....


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