Project Confidence is a powerful and easy to use Monte Carlo Simulator for MS Project. It reduces risk, rework and increases project success by telling you the real dates project activities will deliver. Locates places to accelerate delivery.
Description: Project Confidence is a powerful and easy to use Monte Carlo Simulator for MS Project. It reduces risk, rework and increases project success by telling you the real dates project activities will deliver. Locates places to accelerate delivery.
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We have been piloting this tool for years and have used it on a number of projects in FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 Companies without formalising the tool. Now Lainstone has decided to simplify and formalise the tool and make it available in the market as a plugin to Microsoft Project 2007, 2010 and 2013.
I can tell you how confident you can be on any project date, more than that you can tell your stakeholder how confident any project date is. Project Confidence is a powerful tool which applies the Monte Carlo Method to Microsoft Project Plans. It tells a project team when the project is going to complete and how critical every task is. Understanding the true criticality of every task allows for superior risk management.
It will tell you exactly where your project schedule risks are and thus you can target your risk management at those areas and prevent them being issues, avoid project failure.
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