Description: State-of-art MS Project (Project Server 2003 & 2007) and ClearQuest integration module which allows bidirectional collaboration keeping the full hierarchy, total resources information and all dependencies as well. During planning in MS Project the module allows to import all resources available from the CQ base. It’s irreplaceable tool for excellent project management.
Project Tracker makes possible to integrate ClearQuest and MS Project in a much more advanced way than standard integration mechanism provided IBM Rational via ClearQuest ProjectTracker. During integration between ClearQuest database and MS Project plan the module enables flexible selection of fields and their correlations (synchronized data). The module supports hierarchical links between queries, permitting to perform simultaneously several tasks and subtasks included in the plan, which the module would synchronize between MS Project plan and the records in ClearQuest.
Project Tracker allows substantially simplify the project planning procedures of different complexity. The main destination of Project Tracker – is increasing of efficiency of the project managers, who can use this decision for quick and transparent management of project terms and for operationally receiving of reports about real progress of the project. On the basis of MS Project the Project Tracker makes the center of gathering the project information and allows manager to use only one system for overall estimate of project promotion.
The module implementation policy shows its efficiency for any project. Statistically it allows saving about 18-30% of business hours due to simplification of routine and repetitive operations. The module is more effective for organizations that have limited number of managers for administration of large quantity of projects.
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