Microsoft Project 2013 & MS Project Server 2013

Features, Benefits and the Latest PPM Advancements

Microsoft Project Professional and Project Server 2013 were released early 2013 and have now been successfully implemented in hundreds of organizations. TPG has experience implementing, consulting, training and hosting Microsoft Project technologies for over 15 years.

Some of the new features in Microsoft Project Server 2013 are:

    • New, modern user interface
    • Professional graphic reports for visualizing project data in Project Professional
    • Cumulative fields and burn down reports for agile Project Management
    • Task path feature e.g. to highlight the link chain for any task and recognizing driving and driven tasks
    • Lync integration for direct communication with team members in different ways like chat, VoIP or email
    • Customizable process workflows

    What’s new in Microsoft Project Server and Professional 2013?

    > New features of Microsoft Project Pro 2013
    > What's new in Project Server 2013?

    Bericht MS Project 2013
    Bild: Neuer Standard-Bericht in MS Project Professional 2013 zu Arbeit im Projekt

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    Video 1: This is new in MS Project Server 2013

    Video 2: Project Management with SharePoint 2013

    Video 3: The new MS Project 2013 Standard/Professional Client

    Project Online: manage your projects online as well as offline!

    As an integral part of Office 365, the cloud-based Microsoft Office solution, Project Online is completely new and provides project and portfolio management functions via your browser. Find out more details about Project Online.

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