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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 8:30 pm    Post subject: Enterprise Project Management (MS Project Server 2003) Reply with quote

Hi, I am interested in people's thoughts on MS Project Server 2003. I'd like to know if it is an easy to use tool or too difficult to consider deploying into a corporate environment (i.e. would require somebody full time to manage it). Are there any other vendor options?

I would be really interested to hear from anybody who has experience with Project Server.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 3:40 am    Post subject: Re: Enterprise Project Management (MS Project Server 2003) Reply with quote

martynq wrote:
Hi, I am interested in people's thoughts on MS Project Server 2003. I'd like to know if it is an easy to use tool or too difficult to consider deploying into a corporate environment (i.e. would require somebody full time to manage it). Are there any other vendor options?

I would be really interested to hear from anybody who has experience with Project Server.


I am not quite ... following your question. You mean...
1. MS Project Server, technically hard to manage?
2. It is not easy to customize MS Project, under a corporate environment?
3. MS Project Server is not suitable for Corproate project management? or ?
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