J. Peter Bruzzese has an interesting post over at InfoWorld that might be intersting to the LiquidPlanner community entitled Microsoft’s Enterprise Project suite isn’t just for the enterprise.

Here is a quote…

…Does this mean Microsoft Project is for everyone? Not quite. Many will argue that aside from the cost for infrastructure (which would be removed somewhat by the hosted solution path), there is still a valid reason to consider other solutions due to the unnecessary complexity of Project and concerns that it actually doesn’t handle projections reasonably.

We’ve met may people who feel the same way and get that single point estimates are a completly broken way to model future events. If you feel the real Project Management 2.0 wave is really about the way we model and manage projects (not just moving the old way to the web) then Jim’s post is a good place to make your voice heard.

Microsoft Project isn’t for everyone was last modified: October 29th, 2015 by Charles Seybold