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Registration is now open for Microsoft Project 2013 events with Project Gold Certified PPM Partner Projility. Select the location nearest you: Cambridge, Reston, New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Charlotte, or Fort Lauderdale. During the events, we will show you the new Project and how it enables your organization to quickly start projects, prioritize project portfolio investments, and deliver results with the intended business value. We will also look at real world case studies, as well as and creating executive dashboards and enterprise project and portfolio reports.
In our introductory webinar series on Project 2013, we’ve shown you how to create tasks, how to assign people to tasks, and how to make a timeline. Now we’ll cover tracking progress once the project starts.
We’ll show you how to mark tasks complete, and we’ll run some reports that can give you an idea of what’s on time and what’s not. We’ll also explain a couple of key concepts on the way too: critical tasks and baselines.
Watch the trailer now or click "read more" below to view the entire webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
Microsoft Project Conference 2014 is the premier Microsoft-led event to share Project and Portfolio Management best practices and connect with your peers from around the globe! Regardless is you are customer, partner or project practitioner, you can submit your content and session ideas!
Join us Tuesday, September 17 at 10:30am PT/1:30pm ET to learn how to use data available in multiple sources in a user-friendly way within your projects. Experts from Campana & Schott will connect the PM platform Microsoft Project with established controlling processes in ERP systems like SAP to create an integrated data base. Read on to register now.
We showed you how to create project tasks and assign people or resources to tasks. Now we’ll organize the project so it’s ready for kickoff. You’ll learn how to make milestones, summary tasks, and subtasks, and we’ll show you how to create a graphical timeline you can share with stakeholders.
We’re pleased to share an updated set of articles to guide you through getting started with Project Online:
· Get started with Project Online
· Step 1: Sign up for Project Online
· Step 2: Add people to Project Online
· Step 3: Create projects in Project Online
Ready to learn how Microsoft Project can help you get more out of your projects? Read on to register to attend our free Project webcast series, see the complete schedule of webcasts, add reminders to your calendar, and find out more about Project 2013.
With the new Project, our extensibility story entered two new exciting realms--Apps for Office and Apps for SharePoint. Bookmark this page for all the resources you need to start developing your own apps, tips based on frequently asked questions from our partners, and ideas for developing on either or both of our new models. Read on to learn how to get started now and get your app out to the world.
Project Conference is back by popular demand: Mark your calendar now to join us February 2-5 for Project Conference 2014. After over 1,000 people from around the world made Project Conference 2012 a huge success in Arizona, our expectations are even higher for an excellent event this time around in Anaheim, California! Read on to learn how to join and check out our video.