Use ConceptDraw Project to increase your overall business performance by effectively coordinating the planning of projects in your organization. Generate various reports to share information about the current state of your project.
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:40
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
ConceptDraw MINDMAP Personal 5.4 ConceptDraw MINDMAP is a business productivity software for mind-mapping, brainstorming and project planning. It lets you present ideas as a visual map taking full advantage of pictures, symbols, text notes and integrates with MS Office software.
ConceptDraw Project Mac 4.1 Use ConceptDraw Project to increase your overall business performance by effectively coordinating the planning of projects in your organization. Generate various reports to share information about the current state of your project.
Description: ConceptDraw Project 4 project management software is designed to efficiently plan and track a number of projects simultaneously and to accurately allocate and manage any identified resource used in any of the projects being managed. Project 4 represents project data in a clear visual manner, displaying a color-coded representation of resource usage; as well as highlighting any possible areas of resource misalignment for easy identification. Convenient tabular project interface provides quick navigation between projects and different status views, making it easier to supervise each individual project as well as all the projects in the manager’s portfolio. ConceptDraw Project 4 is an effective tool for both beginner and experienced users.
System Requirements: Pentium III processor or higher; 512 Mb RAM; 20 Mb HDD
Change Info: - Ability to prepare customized presentation, capturing the essential project information. An easy to use export tool makes it a snap for Project Managers to identify visual data to export into MS PowerPoint.
- PDF export .
- Possibility to send messages to project team from ConceptDraw Project’s menu
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