Microsoft Project & Portfolio Management4
- Prithviraj S.Senior Associate
Project Online gives me the flexibility to monitor the productivity of portfolios, teams and projects with multiple views available by person, project or across all resources. With just a few clicks, I can quickly create visuals that provide direct feedback from team members, which helps me adjust tasks as needed in response to changing circumstances. It's impressive how smoothly our organisation is now getting work done thanks to the time-saving organisational scripting tools built into Project Online. I could go on and on about all the great features, but I think you can see why my favourite aspect of project management is Microsoft Project. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Rob H.Small-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
Microsoft Project & Portfolio Management allows you to track your project and find the best path to success. It allows us to visualize the path forward and see what needs to be done now. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Jesus C.Engineering corporate manager
The huge break down follow up on each task to keep any schedule activities under control, also it haves a lot of third party applications to be integrated with, much helpful Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Katharine R.Product Manager
Microsoft Projects is miserable if you are used to Excel. You cannot sort, export to Excel, make mass changes or expand all the tasks within your project. It takes more time to do small tasks in Projects than 90% of my work on a daily basis. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Consumer ServicesSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
I dislike how it is sometimes glitchy while using Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Civil EngineeringMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
Difficult to use. My company tried to implement this program for engineering project management. We never got it off the ground due to difficulties with learning the program Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Israel Jose A.Hydraulic Engineer, MSc Geological Engineering (Oil and Gas prospecting)
Since I have been using Microsoft Project, allows me to quickly adapt proposals and ideas into organized projects. This very helpful when I need to present proposals because I can give a solid overview of the project's idea, estimate, in the early stage, and to control during the execution, all the resources and manage and predict risks. The linkages, not only are easy to use but also help me when dealing with complex tasks. During presentations, the Gannt window allows me to show timelines versus the lines of tasks and clarify any doubt and even make corrections. I am a fan of the shortcuts, and filters, they help me to zoom over critical points. I really appreciate the fact that I can import and Export tasks in excel formats, it makes my daily work and reporting very easy.
- Dario V.CTO
I used this product at a large bank and they used this to keep track of every.single.thing. developers did, so it was really time consuming updating everything on a daily basis. PMs had a nightmare maintaining everybody's schedule and making little changes to the plans so they would adjust to minor variations and unexpected stuff. The bank had build an automation engine for Project so every file was crunched by it and used to calculate everything from bugdet updates to productity bonuses. It was really a grim time when some tool told you the bonus wouldn't be available to you in the current quarter.
- belasco s.Digital Manager
My overall experience with Microsoft Project has been positive. The software is user friendly and easy to use. I have been able to easily create and manage projects, assign tasks and resources, track progress, and generate reports. The visual representation of tasks and resources has been helpful in understanding the flow of the project and enabling better decision making. The ability to customize the views and reports makes it easy to tailor the project to the specific needs of the organization. Overall, I am pleased with my experience with Microsoft Project.
- Ahmed A.Planning and project control engineer
Microsoft Project Help in the proper planning of projects, as after adopting the plan, you will be able to use Microsoft Project to follow it in a correct way, as it will work permanently when updates are made by giving you a comparison between the actual and planned implementation, and through it you will be able to find activities that are not being implemented according to the plan , so that you keep it under surveillance permanently, which increases the chances of the success of your projects and finish them on time.
- Verified Reviewer
With Microsoft project Manager my company can complete weekly and monthly milestones; we are changing our web-based applications for Hospitality Business Intelligence tool and using Microsoft project Manager we can accomplish deadlines and make our product better and clients happy. More and more issues are getting resolved faster with using Microsoft project Manager because we can tackle those daily tasks at hand. Microsoft project Manager is easy to share the project within our organization and anyone can edit it.
- Lance L.Freelancer
I've used Microsoft Project on more than a hundred projects over the years - from 5 to 7 figure budgets. This tool will reward the small time investment you supply with a level of control and tracking that will keep your projects running, accountable and 'on time'. Your customer (internal or external) will be impressed with the time, budget and resource management that you can achieve with this tool. It may take a few videos to bring you up to speed on the features you want, but it is well worth the time!
Microsoft Proyect offers the possibility of managing all the activities that make up the project execution process, since it simplifies the administration of projects and portfolios of resources. Integrated planning tools help you keep track of projects, as well as organize them. It is a tool that facilitates decision making in a timely manner because it allows to develop and design projects in the company with their respective resource allocations. It should be noted that it has functions to c...
I've used MS Projects for years. I've since moved to Zoho Projects and find that I have the more robust feature set with Zoho but I think MS Projects works if you want to keep it simple and don't need the added bells and whistles of Zoho.