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PROJECT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE - A FAQ
Scot Wilcoxon, scot@wilcoxon.org
$Date: 1999/09/20 00:18:14 $ $Revision: 2.45 $

See reader questions & answers on this topic! - Help others by sharing your knowledge
  Frequently asked questions about project management software.
  ______________________________________________________________________

  Table of Contents


























































  1. Introduction

     1.1 What version is this FAQ ?
     1.2 What is this FAQ about ?
     1.3 What's new in this version ?
     1.4 What newsgroups discuss PM ?
     1.5 What mailing lists discuss PM ?
     1.6 What WWW sites have PM information ?
     1.7 What BBSes discuss PM ?
     1.8 Are there any Reviews of Project Management Software ?
     1.9 How can I get the latest FAQ ?
     1.10 How can I contribute to the FAQ or Review file ?

  2. UNIX Software

     2.1 What public domain PM software is available for UNIX ?
	2.1.1 XPLAN
	2.1.2 XOPPS
	2.1.3 WISE
     2.2 Is there any commercial PM software around for UNIX ?
	2.2.1 Aspirian 4.0
	2.2.2 COMPASS
	2.2.3 IntraPlan
	2.2.4 ACCENT GraphicVUE
	2.2.5 ACCENT GraphicVUE (Personal Edition)
	2.2.6 AMS REALTIME
	2.2.7 SAS/OR.
	2.2.8 MAXIMO
	2.2.9 PACS Project Administration and Control System

  3. MS-DOS/NT Software

     3.1 What MSDOS PD/Shareware project management software is available ?
	3.1.1 Easy Project
	3.1.2 Ganttman
	3.1.3 Mainline
	3.1.4 PlanBee
	3.1.5 Open Plan
	3.1.6 Cobra
	3.1.7 GRANEDA
     3.2 What MS-DOS/NT commercial project management software is available ?
	3.2.1 SLIM line
	3.2.2 Texim Project
	3.2.3 Milestones, Etc. for Windows (V5.0)
	3.2.4 Milestones Simplicity for Windows
	3.2.5 Project Commander
	3.2.6 Microsoft Project for Windows
	3.2.7 SuperProject / CA-SuperProject 3.0
	3.2.8 Power Planner

  4. Other Platforms

     4.1 Is there any project management software for the Psion Organiser ?

  5. Training & Miscellany

     5.1 Which companies provide training in Project Management in the UK ?
     5.2 Which companies provide training in Project Management in the USA ?
	5.2.1 Miscellany
     5.3 What do all these weird PM terms mean ?
     5.4 What Books/References are available ?
     5.5 What other information is available ?
	5.5.1 Magazines
	5.5.2 Software Engineering Files
	5.5.3 Razor
	5.5.4 Tom Sawyer Software
	5.5.5 Software Technology Support Center
     5.6 What groups/organisations exist for project managers ?

  6. Gosh - can there be anything else ?

     6.1 Project Management Software from IKAR.

  7. Postscript



  ______________________________________________________________________

  1.

  Introduction


  1.1.

  What version is this FAQ ?


    Version: $Revision: 2.45 $

    Last-Modified: $Date: 1999/09/20 00:18:14 $


  1.2.

  What is this FAQ about ?

  This article contains the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions
  (FAQ) often seen in various newsgroups on the net regarding project
  management and project management software.

  I will use the term "PM" as shorthand for project management
  throughout this file.

  In addition it includes some extra information (such as a glossary) to
  help those new to the field to understand some of the issues
  discussed.

  My background is in UNIX, and although I have access to PC's, I have
  little or no interest in PM on PC's.	Therefore I rely on others to
  give me the PC/MSDOS info.  This sometimes means that the PC/MSDOS
  entries are sketchy.	If you can fill in any of the gaps (for any
  parts of this FAQ), then please do so.


  The original document used UK English, now I use USA English.	 Some
  mixtures remain.  Dates are Year/Month/Day.


  If you need to mail me with info/queries, please quote the version
  number of this FAQ, and the site you read it on if you read it on a
  WWW site.  This will allow me to update WWW site maintainers with the
  latest versions of this FAQ.

  This FAQ is now written in SGML and uses the linuxdoc DTD.  This
  enables me to convert to postscript, text and html from the one
  source.  However, I have not finished converting the publications
  stuff yet, so that is missing for the moment.

  The original author was Pete Phillips, pete@smtl.co.uk, until August
  1999.
  1.3.

  What's new in this version ?


    PM SW FAQ home page <http://www.wilcoxon.org/projplan/> added.
     First updates to WWW and Unix info done.  Just started on DOS/NT
     update.  A few new items still in backlog.

  1.4.

  What newsgroups discuss PM ?

  I am only aware of alt.projectmng as of August 28, 1999.


  1.5.

  What mailing lists discuss PM ?


     One PM mailing list is called pmnet.

     To subscribe, send mail to Majordomo@uts.edu.au.  containing the
     command subscribe pmnet

     To unsubscribe, send mail containing the command unsubscribe pmnet

     Other facilities are available - for information send it the
     command "help".

     To Post to the list, send your message to: pmnet@uts.edu.au

     You will be sent some general information when you subscribe.

     The aim of the list is to discuss project management techniques
     generally, not just project management software and programes.

    The ``WWW PM Forum'' has a PM Forum Mailing List
     <http://www.pmforum.org/forumail.htm>.  Used for announcements and
     discussion about international project management.	 Notices and
     Events are diverted to the ``WWW PM Forum''.


  1.6.

  What WWW sites have PM information ?

  The following sites have PM related info.

     The WWW Project Management Forum  <http://www.pmforum.org/>.
     <TABLE > <TD > The WWW PM FORUM is a not-for-profit resource for
     information on international project management affairs. The Forum
     supports the development, international cooperation, promotion and
     support of a professional and world wide PM discipline.  (David H.
     Curling curlingd@loday.com) </TD > <TD >

     <A href="http://www.pmforum.org/" > <img src="worldsm.gif" > </A >

     </TD > </TABLE >

    Welcom Software <http://www.wst.com/>.  Welcom Software, maker of
     Open Plan, has a PM Library page.	White papers, articles, links.

     (Chris Vandersluis chrisv@cam.org, updated 99/09/05
     scot@wilcoxon.org)
    HMS Software <http://www.hmssoftware.ca/links/pmlinks.html>, the
     Canadian-based publishers of TimeControl and the Canadian
     distributors of Open Plan and other Welcom Software products has a
     long list of PM links.

     Information included on this site includes product information on
     TimeControl, white papers on a variety of generic project
     management topics, client stories and course and current events
     schedules for happenings at HMS.  (Chris Vandersluis
     chrisv@cam.org)

    Project and Program Manager's Palette <http://www.4pm.com>.	 Dick
     Billows rbillows@msn.com maintains this site dedicated to project
     and program management. It includes Free book chapters from some of
     his books, such as

	       PROJECT & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT by Dick Billows
	       AT-HOME WORKERS: Converting in-office departments to at-home jobs by
	       Billows and Gooden




  In addition it covers Project Management Discussion Forums, training
  over the Internet, and a variety of Project Management courses.  It
  also has "The SAGA of the Project from Hell" - the worst project
  management nightmare you've ever read about and an opportunity to add
  your war stories to it (disguise the names so we don't get sued)"

    Project Management Technologies, Inc. web site
     <http://www.eazy.net/pmt/> Info from Wayne MacGregor, Vice
     President

     WISE: Web Integrate Software Environment
     <http://research.ivv.nasa.gov/projects/WISE/> This site contains
     information about WISE. According to one of the authors, it is the
     first WWW based project management and metrics tool released on the
     WWW. Please have a look.  It can be configured to meet any
     organizations software process, helps in issue tracking, dynamic
     metrics, maintains change data, and accessible anywhere across the
     WWW.

     (sudha@informix.com Sudhakar Ramakrishnan)

    ProFutura Business Management Page
     <http://users.club.co.za/johannh/>

     Johann J Hanekom <mailto:johannh@lia.co.za>, who was one of the
     early contributors of a vast list of PC shareware PM software, has
     opened his own WWW site, which makes available some of the
     applications he lists available for download.

    Project Management Institute (PMI) Internet Site
     <http://www.pmi.org/> (submitted by BDBG3Y0@baplaza.bell-atl.com on
     96/04/16).

    Project-Manager <http://www.project-manager.com/> Industrial
     project management resources.  Some software descriptions.
     (99/09/08)

    PMI Canada <http://www.pmicanada.org/> No information.  Found on
     Web but no DNS on 99/09/06.




  1.7.

  What BBSes discuss PM ?


    A Project Management BBS being run by the Project Management
     Institute (PMI) in the USA.  The number is 414-961-7807 (8,n,1).

     (from a net posting by bergmap@govonca.gov.on.ca Paul Bergman to
     news.newusers.questions on 21/October/1993)

    A BBS with a project planning section in Canada: The National
     Capital Freenet (Ottawa, Canada) now has a Project Management SIG.
     The host is

     name="telnet://telnet.ncf.carleton.ca">

    Login as "guest",

    Type "go project"

     (ag384@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (William R. Watt), Mon, 24 Jan 1994 )

     Thanks to Priit Parmakson pp@cc.ttu.ee for picking this up.


  1.8.

  Are there any Reviews of Project Management Software ?

  There are a number of review files available.

  A link will be inserted here shortly.

  I need more decent reviews of software. Please contribute to the
  reviews file by sending email to myself at Scot@Wilcoxon.org.


  1.9.

  How can I get the latest FAQ ?

  The latest version of the FAQ, the Review file, the book file and the
  glossary are all available at http://www.wilcoxon.org/projplan/.


  1.10.

  How can I contribute to the FAQ or Review file ?

  I'm glad you asked me that!

  If you have any info or opinions on the FAQ or Reviews file, I'll be
  glad to add them to this file.  Mail them to myself at
  Scot@Wilcoxon.org.

  I can't promise to respond to all the mail I get.  I will try to
  acknowledge all contributions - if I forget to do this, please remind
  me !


  2.

  UNIX Software


  2.1.

  What public domain PM software is available for UNIX ?


  2.1.1.

  XPLAN

  Mark Lacey and a tea from Michigan  State  University wrote a project
  planning tool for their software engineering class.

  It is available at
  ftp://ftp.cps.msu.edu/pub/acs/software/xplan-1.0.tar.Z


  The tool supports entering and saving of task information (task name,
  description, relevant dates, etc.).  Project files can be loaded later
  for consultation.  The tool graphically generates both PERT and Gantt
  charts on screen, and has an option to generate LaTeX source for Gantt
  charts and task sheets.

  Xplan has been tested on Sun SPARCstation IPC's, IPX's, 1's, 1+'s,
  2's, and 10's.  It requires the XView libraries and header files to
  compile. A Sun binary is available for ftp at the above site.

  Mark and his team do not intend to support xplan in future, but it
  does seem as if there is sufficient here for someone to develop a
  package that is less platform specific. Any offers?


	  **** Please Note - XPLAN needs Xview 3.0   ****
	  **** and Guide to compile.  If you are     ****
	  **** running Non-SUN h/w, you are probably ****
	  **** out of luck.  WxWindows may have a    ****
	  **** Guide-like tool of use for conversion.****



  (Information provided by Leon Dent lcd@ais.org, Dec 92.)  (FTP loca
  tion updated 99/09/07)



  2.1.2.

  XOPPS

  XOPPS was developed by a group at NASA/JPL, including Susan Murphy
  <mailto:susan@natasha.jpl.nasa.gov>, who was responsible for getting
  it placed on an ftp site along with Mike Tankenson <mailto:mike@jpl-
  devvax.jpl.nasa.gov>.

  Xopps is available from ftp://devvax.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/xopps/ via
  anonymous FTP.  I have used the pre-built binaries on a Sun with no
  problems, and although a patch <xopps-patch> allows it to run under
  Linux, it appears to be unstable (99/09/08 version).

  XOPPS is basically a tool which lets you draw gantt charts.

  The structure of the file is available, so you could get your own
  database system to print out good looking gantt charts. I had the file
  structure by mail, and so will try and get this info placed on the ftp
  site with the executable.  However, you can always use the source!


  Here is the README file which describes XOPPS.


       README File for OEL Project/Planner Scheduler Program (xopps) From:
       Susan Murphy, NASA/JPL, OEL, MS 301-345, 818-354-1948

       The OEL Project/Planner Scheduler (xopps) program is an easy-to-use
       graphics editing tool for generating milestone schedule charts. It
       represents an application-specific editor with its commands and
       functions tailored to plotting milestone events and activities on a
       timeline display.  The XOPPS graphics editor is written in C and runs
       under X/Motif on a Sun Workstation.

       The XOPPS program is a window-based graphics tool that provides easy
       and fast on-screen WYSIWYG editing capabilities. The editing tool is
       menu-driven with no need to memorize commands or functions. It has a
       canvas area which displays a full image of the schedule being edited.
       The canvas contains a header area (for text) and a schedule area (for
       plotting graphic representations of milestone objects in a flexible
       timeline).  The XOPPS tool is based on an object-oriented design,
       which provides objects with time attributes. The user can position
       objects to pixel resolution but objects with an associated date are
       positioned automatically in their correct timeline position in the
       schedule area.  The schedule area has horizontal lines across the page
       with capabilities for multiple pages and for editing the number of
       lines per page and the line grid. The text on a line can be edited and
       a line can be moved with all objects on the line moving with it. The
       timeline display can be edited to plot any time period in a variety of
       formats (from FY to CY and from days to years). Text objects and image
       (rasterfiles and icons) objects can be created for placement anywhere
       on the page. Milestone event objects (with a single associated date
       and optional text and milestone symbol) and activity objects (with
       start and end dates and an optional completion date) have unique
       editing panels for inputting data.  A representation for schedule
       slips is also provided.

       A milestone schedule is saved to an ASCII file (*.xopps) which can be
       input later into the XOPPS program for editing or printing. The
       program can also print a schedule to a laser printer or a PostScript
       file.

       Availability

       The planning tool, xopps, is available as a complete package through
       NASA COSMIC (with source code, etc).  The COSMIC phone number is
       706-542-3265, it is managed by The University of Georgia.  This
       version is being made available as a test/demonstration copy of the
       executable for your use.

       PM SW FAQ NOTE: COSMIC HAS NOT BEEN AVAILABLE SINCE 1998.  FOR FULL
       ERROR MESSAGE SEE http://www.cosmic.uga.edu/

       For further information at JPL, contact: Susan Murphy 818-354-1948
       <mailto:susan@natasha.jpl.nasa.gov>, Cassie Mulnix 818-354-1430
       <mailto: clm@natasha.jpl.nasa.gov>.



  This is from an oldish README file, so some of this info may be out of
  date.


  2.1.3.

  WISE

  WISE: Web Integrate Software Environment!
  <http://research.ivv.nasa.gov/projects/WISE/> See under ``the WISE
  entry'' in the WWW section for further information.


  2.2.	Is there any commercial PM software around for UNIX ?

  Yes.	Lots.

  The following basic information (name of package, name and address of
  supplier, platforms etc) is sometimes supplemented by information from
  the manufacturer where this has been supplied.  The information
  supplied by the manufacturer is preceded by the phrase "From XXYYZZ"
  (where XXYYZZ is the supplier) and the information supplied is in
  quotes.

  I have had comments from folks who would like some sort of comparative
  table on the features of each of these.  I am not in a position to do
  this - does anyone think this is absolutely necessary ?  My concern is
  that it will be extremely difficult to produce a comprehensive
  comparative table.  My immediate thought is to allow each company to
  send me a file describing their product which I can make available
  from a server.  Let me know your thoughts on this.  Pete

  Anyone who wants to supplement this section, please send me your
  contributions so that I can keep this file up to date.  Please submit
  information in the following format (I am using the Linuxdoc SGML
  system to format this FAQ at present).


  <sect2> Product Name
  <sect3>Company
  Company Name goes here.
  <sect3>Address
  Company address goes here.
  <sect3>Phone No.
  Phone number goes here.
  <sect3>Fax No.
  Fax number goes here.
  <sect3>Email
  Email contact address goes here.
  <sect3>Platforms
  Platforms  that the software runs on.
  <sect3>Price
  Price - please make clear currency.
  <sect3>Miscellaneous
  Any other information
  <sect3>Date of entry.
  Date entry last updated
  <sect3>Contributed by:
  Contributors name and email address.


  If you do not want your contribution attributed to yourself, please
  state this clearly in your email.


  2.2.1.

  Aspirian 4.0


     Company
	Aspirian


     Address
	10001 N. DeAnza Blvd., Suite 300 Cupertino, CA 95014 USA

     Phone No.
	(408)366-6920

     Fax No.
	(408)446-2140

     Email
	info@aspirian.com

     Price
	$125,000 for 100 people

     Platforms

	UNIX version

	  Solaris Web servers

	  Solaris and HP-UX application servers

	 Java Client

	  Uses Java on various platforms.

	MS-Windows version

	  NT Web servers

     Web Site
	http://www.aspirian.com/

  2.2.2.

  COMPASS


     Company
	NASA's COSMIC

	PM SW FAQ NOTE: COSMIC HAS NOT BEEN AVAILABLE SINCE 1998.  FOR
	FULL ERROR MESSAGE SEE http://www.cosmic.uga.edu/


     Phone No.
	404-542-3265

     Email
	service@cossack.cosmic.uga.edu

     Platforms
	Sun 3/4

     Price

     Miscellaneous

     Date of entry.


  2.2.3.

  IntraPlan

     Company
	Intra2000

     Web Site
	http://www.intraplan.com/

     Email
	rawynde@intra2000.com

     Platforms
	Windows, Mac, Unix etc

     Miscellaneous
	Intra2000 is releasing a new project management application at
	the JavaOne conference on April 3rd in San Francisco.  Our
	application is called IntraPlan and is written in Java.	 This PM
	application will run on any computer platform, Windows, Mac,
	Unix etc.  as well as the WebTV and new Network Computers.

     Date of entry.
	25th March 1997




  2.2.4.

  ACCENT GraphicVUE


     Company
	National Information Systems Inc

     Address
	4040 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 200, San Jose, California
	95117-1852, USA

     Phone No.
	408-985-7100 (Voice) 800-441-5758 - Toll-Free (USA)

     Fax No.
	408-246-3127

     Email
	info@nis.com

  2.2.5.

  ACCENT GraphicVUE (Personal Edition)


     Company
	National Information Systems Inc

     Address
	4040 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 200, San Jose, California
	95117-1852, USA

     Phone No.
	408-985-7100 (Voice) 800-441-5758 - Toll-Free (USA)

     Fax No.
	408-246-3127

     Email
	info@nis.com
     Platforms
	ACCENT GraphicVUE is available on Sun Microsystems workstations
	running SunOS 4.1.x and Solaris 1.0, Hewlett-Packard 9000 series
	700 workstations running HP-UX version 8.05 or greater, the DEC
	Alpha AXP running OSF/1, and Silicon Graphics workstations
	running IRIX 4.0.1 or greater.




  2.2.6.

  AMS REALTIME


     Company
	Advanced Management Solutions, Inc.

     Address
	2200 West Loop South, Suite 875, Houston, TX 77027

     Phone No.
	800-397-6829, 909-793-0111

     WWW
	<http://www.amsusa.com/>


     Platforms
	MS-Windows, Mac, UNIX.


  2.2.7.

  SAS/OR.


     Company
	SAS Institute Inc.


     Address
	SAS Campus Drive Cary, NC  27513-2414


     WWW
	<http://www.sas.com/software/components/or.html>


     Phone No.
	919-677-8000


     Fax No.
	919-677-4444


     Platforms
	Available on many platforms.


     Miscellaneous
	A commercial product which apparently offers a number of project
	management capabilities, including:


	PROC CPM
	   (for scheduling activities in a project, as you'd expetc)

	PROC GANTT
	   (for displaying the computed schedule graphically)

	PROC NETDRAW
	   (for displaying the activity network graphically)

	PROC PM
	   (for creating and editing project activity data)

	as well as standard mathematical programming tools (linear pro
	gramming).


  2.2.8.

  MAXIMO


     Company
	PSDI

     Address
	100 Crosby Drive Bedford, MA 01730


     WWW
	<http://www.psdi.com/>


     Phone No.
	781-280-2000


     Platforms
	Servers on Unix and MS-Windows.

     Miscellaneous
	Many scheduling and management abilities within modules.



  2.2.9.

  PACS Project Administration and Control System


     Company
	Herkemij & Partners

     Address
	P.O. Box 570 2900 AN Capelle ad IJssel Netherlands

     WWW
	<http://www.herkemij.nl/>


     Phone No.
	+31 (0)10 458 08 99

     Fax No.
	+31 (0)10 450 82 33


     Email
	info@herkemij.nl

     Platforms

       Servers: Open VMS, HP, AIX (IBM)

       Clients: MS-Windows

       User Interfaces: Motif, X-Windows, Character based, MS-Windows
	3.x

     Miscellaneous
	PACS supports the entire project management cycle including
	budgeting and provides full integration with the accounting
	system of Ross Systems Inc.  PACS is distributed world wide by
	Ross Systems Inc. <www.rossinc.com>

     Date of entry.
	96/05/15

     Date of update.
	99/09/11


  3.

  MS-DOS/NT Software



  3.1.

  What MSDOS PD/Shareware project management software is available ?

  These might be useful to you if you require a DOS package or if you
  run an OS that runs a DOS emulator (eg: SoftPC from Insignia for Sun
  SPARC).

  NOTE - IF YOU CAN'T FIND THESE FILES AT THE LOCATIONS BELOW, PLEASE
  USE ARCHIE TO FIND THEM ON THE NET - _DON'T_ MAIL ME ASKING WHERE THEY
  ARE - IF I AM TOLD OF A NEW LOCATION I WILL UPDATE THIS FILE.


  3.1.1.

  Easy Project


     Company
	Parcell Software,

     Address
	PO Box 165, Geneva, Il 60134, USA.

     Email
	Compuserve: 72250, 1356

     Platforms
	DOS

     Miscellaneous
	Shareware project planner.  Available for ftp from
	rigel.acs.oakland.edu:pub/msdos/flowchart/ezprj402.zip
	ftp://ftp.nic.surfnet.nl/mirror-archive/software/
	msdos/projmgr/ezprj402.zip
	ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/pc/mirror/SimTel/msdos/projmgr/


     Date
	94/09

     Submitted by
	pete@smtl.co.uk (Pete Phillips)


  3.1.2.

  Ganttman


     Company
	Max-Million Software Labs,

     Address
	1314 Cardigan, Garland, Tx. 75040.

     Email
	Compuserve 74017, 3424

     Miscellaneous
	Available for ftp from ftp.nic.surfnet.nl:/mirror-
	archive/software/simtel-msdos/flowchrt/ganttman.zip
	ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/pc/mirror/SimTel/msdos/flowchrt/
	ftp://freebsd.cdrom.com/.2/SimTel/msdos/flowchrt/

  3.1.3.

  Mainline


     Company
	Minuteman Systems

     Address
	P.O. Box 152 Belmont MA	 02178

     Email
	bck@world.std.com

     Miscellaneous
	Shareware PM system.  Available for ftp from
	oak.oakland.edu:pub/msdos/projmgr/mnlin2p2.zip

     Date
	94/09

     Submitted by
	pete@smtl.co.uk (Pete Phillips)


  3.1.4.

  PlanBee


     Company
	Guy Software

     Address
	1752 Duchess Avenue West Vancouver British Columbia  V7V 1P9
	Canada
     Miscellaneous
	Shareware: 30 day free trial, $39.98 single user.

     Platforms
	MS-Win 95, 98, NT

     Home Page
	http://www.guysoftware.com/planbee.htm

     Date
	99/09

     Submitted by
	ed@guysoftware.com


  3.1.5.

  Open Plan


     Company
	Welcom Software Technology

     Address
	In the UK: South Bank TechnoPark, 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN

	In the USA: 15995 N BARKERS LANDING RD, STE 275, HOUSTON TX
	77079-2494

     Phone No.
	UK: +44 20 7401 2626 USA: (281) 558 0514

     Fax No.
	UK: +44 20 7922 8865 USA: (281) 584 7828

     Email
	support@wst.com sales@wst.com  (for sales) info@wst.com (for
	info)

     Platforms
	Only available for MS-Windows 95/98/NT.

     Miscellaneous
	Also have branches and distributors in France, Germany,
	Australia, and South Africa; See the web site for more
	information.

	The following is courtesy of Welcom:


	  OPEN PLAN is a project management package, which can be used "as-
	  is", providing the following features:

	    Project Executive (an interactive barcharting tool for planners)

	    Time Analysis

	    Progress Tracking

	    Comprehensive Resource Scheduling

	    Multi-Project Scheduling

	    On-Line Help

       Support of ADM & PDM projects

       A large number of standard reports, featuring barcharts, S-
	curves, network logic diagrams, tables, WBS & OBS structure
	diagrams, and many more.

	Or it can be easily customised to meet extended project
	management needs through the use of built-in screen editors and
	report writers, or through use of an Xbase 4GL and database.
	With its use of Xbase and WRL, Welcom's Reporting Language, Open
	Plan is very flexible as to the methods of input and output, and
	supports most output devices under DOS & Mac.  On Unix and Vax,
	the output devices supported are:

       text printers

       HPGL compatible devices

       Postscript devices (including Sun Pageview preview to the
	screen)

       Regis graphics terminals


	All platforms are capable of multi-user access with record-
	locking, and all platforms require an Xbase interpreter (such as
	dBase, Foxpro or similar)


     Date of entry.


  3.1.6.

  Cobra


     Company
	Welcom Software.

     Address
	See "Open plan" above.

     Email
	Alun Jones alun@wst.com

     Platforms
	DOS & VAX

     Miscellaneous
	Requires Xbase RDBMS and 4GL.

	Cobra is a cost and performance measurement application which
	provides project or cost account managers with budget, actual
	cost and project performance information.  Features include the
	ability to break work down into discrete time-phased work
	packages against which actual costs may be collected and
	performance assessed.

     Date of entry.


  3.1.7.

  GRANEDA

     Company
	NETRONIC Software GmbH

     Address

     WWW
	<http://www.netronic.de/>


     Platforms
	MS-Windows



  3.2.

  What MS-DOS/NT commercial project management software is available ?


  3.2.1.

  SLIM line


     Company
	QSM

     Address
	2000 Corporate Ridge Suite 900 McLean, Virginia 22102

     Platforms
	For MS-Windows

     Miscellaneous
	Software project management package.  (Entered 99/09/08)

  3.2.2.

  Texim Project


     Company
	Welcom Software

     Address
	See above in the UNIX section for contact info.

     Platforms
	For MS-Windows 3.1 and Windows NT

     Miscellaneous
	From Welcom Software:

	  Texim Project provides a new way of organizing and devel
	  oping project plans.	It offers state-of-the-art project
	  management capabilities that combine task, resource, and
	  cost information in an interactive graphical environment.
	  It offers many options for data entry, review and report
	  ing.	It provides multi-project management through graph
	  ical WBS and OBS charts.  The Time-scaled network diagram
	  and full risk management features help to separate Texim
	  Project from other PC products.   Texim Project has a
	  seamless data exchange with Welcom Software's other pro
	  ject planning system, Open Plan.  Texim is a stand-alone
	  product for Windows 3.1

     NOTE - Texim is being phased out, and is being replaced with  Open
     Plan Desktop which is a subset of Open Plan Professional, their
     high-end application.  (Thanks to "Mathias Hueske"
     (hueske@vb.vwl.th-darmstadt.de) for this on 21st March, 1996.)

  3.2.3.

  Milestones, Etc. for Windows (V5.0)


     Company
	Kidasa Software

     Address
	Sean F. Barbera, Sales Manager, KIDASA Software, Inc.  1114 Lost
	Creek Blvd.  Suite 300 Austin, Texas 78746 USA

     Phone No.
	(512)328-0167

     Fax No.
	(512)328-0247

     Email
	Kidasa1@aol.com

     Platforms
	Windows 95, Windows NT

     Price

		Single User - $199.00 US




     Miscellaneous

	  Easy and flexible project management and scheduling tool.
	  Track and manage your projects using a simple click-and-
	  drag method.	Create presentation quality output, from
	  simple Gantt charts to detailed master schedules, all in
	  a matter of minutes.	Schedule Setup Wizard walks the
	  user step-by-step through the creation of their schedule,
	  making setup easy.  Built-in outliner facilitates organi
	  zation of the project.  Task roll-up, summary bars and
	  automatic WBS numbering work in conjunction with outlined
	  schedules.  Calculate progress easily using status sym
	  bols and/or a percentage complete column.  Display a
	  task's  duration in minutes, hours, days or weeks.  Dis
	  play the schedules timescale in minutes, hours, days,
	  weeks, months, quarters, years or fiscal years.  You can
	  even design your own!	 With the included Datagraph fea
	  ture, plot time-phased numeric data on the schedule to
	  support earned value matrices or other numerical documen
	  tation that needs to be tracked.  Compatible with MS Pro
	  jects MPX file format.  Supports OLE 2.0 and OLE automa
	  tion, letting the schedule work in combination with your
	  existing applications.  HyperLink lets the user attach
	  any Windows document, even Internet/Intranet addresses,
	  then activate the links with a single mouse click.  Pro
	  duce JPEG, BMP and HTML files to publish schedules for
	  Internet/Intranet use.  Network version available.

	  Application: project management, scheduling, planning

     Compatible with: 32 bit: Windows 95 & Windows NT 3.5x &
     4.0

     Media:  CD, or 3.5" HD floppy diskette

     Minimum RAM required: 4MB

     Disk Storage minimum required: 6MB

     Additional hardware/software required: Windows NT, or
     Windows 95

     Network compatibility: Networks that support Windows95 or
     Windows NT

     Customer support: Free phone, fax and e-mail support


     Also they have a home page, http://www.kidasa.com

     Date
	June 1997

     Submitted by
	Sean Barbera (sean_barbera@compuserve.com)

  3.2.4.

  Milestones Simplicity for Windows


     Company
	Kidasa Software

     Address
	For contact information, see entry for Milestones, Etc.

     Platforms
	Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows NT

     Price
	Single User - $99.00 US

     Miscellaneous

	  Windows based, including Windows 95, project management
	  tool for planning and managing simple to mid-size pro
	  jects.  Users can produce schedules, including:  Gantt,
	  milestone, Line of Balance, and machine cycle schedules.
	  Features include:  OLE 2.0, customizable template sched
	  ules, drag and drop scheduling, presentation quality out
	  put, free-form text option, vertical dependencies, dura
	  tion calculation, start and end date SmartColumns, legend
	  option, graphics objects, and customizable toolbar.  Will
	  operate on any Windows compatible LANs,


     including Novell and Banyan.

     Date
	Aug 1995

     Submitted by
	Sean Barbera <102425.2033@compuserve.com>


  3.2.5.

  Project Commander


     Company
	Project Management Software Centre

     Address
	Project House, 25 Chapel CLose, Barnsley, South Yorks, S72 9QJ,
	United Kingdom.

     Phone No.
	(+44)-1226-780930

     Fax No.
	(+44)-1226-780837

     Platforms
	DOS/Windows

     Miscellaneous
	Developed in the UK, it sells for 99 UK Pounds.	 Does Gantts,
	Pert, CPA, etc.

     Date
	July 1994

     Submitted by
	pete@smtl.co.uk (Pete Phillips)

  3.2.6.

  Microsoft Project for Windows


     Company
	Microsoft

     Platforms
	DOS/Windows

     Price
	About $300. In the UK, around 285.00 pounds.

     Miscellaneous
	I suspect your S/W dealer can get this for you.	 Robert Ward
	robert@olsen.ch suggests that it gives a good idea of what such
	tools should do.  If you have further info on this, please send.
	Also, http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~dank/project.html has tips
	for the unwary user of this program.  Finally
	http://www.projectmanagment.com/tools.htm covers companion
	products for Microsoft Project.

     Submitted by
	Ulrich R. Herken urh@specs.de Robert Ward robert@olsen.ch Kelvin
	Kirby technology@dial.pipex.com

  3.2.7.

  SuperProject / CA-SuperProject 3.0


     Company
	Computer Associates

     Platforms
	Windows and OS/2.

     Price
	Approx $900

     Miscellaneous

	  This is a major change from prior versions. Included with
	  the project is CA-Realizer as the macro language (Com
	  puter Associates version of Visual Basic). The SuperPro
	  ject engine is now a dynamic link library (a DLL), fully
	  accessible by CA-Realizer, and is fully accessible by C-
	  language programs. The C-language API is provided with
	  the package. Version 3.0 came out in late 1993. The price
	  I have heard quoted somewhere was about US$900. I got my
	  copy thru an upgrade at considerably less than that."


     (I guess you can get this through any PC software dealer ?	 Pete.)

     On Tue, 19 Dec 1995 21:11:01, tkuch@gnn.com (Terence Kuch) sent me
     the following thoughts on this package:


	  CASuperproject: Industrial-strength PM system, good
	  import/export to Timesheet package (from Time Slips
	  Inc.), lots of canned reports, can sometimes cut a very
	  good deal with CA (US$149 in quantity is possible). How
	  ever: the package is highly complex, confusing, not
	  suited for the occasional user, doesn't have a modern or
	  very thoughtful user interface. Unless you need a PM sys
	  tem suitable for building a battleship from the hull up,
	  stick with Timeline, MS Project Manager, or comparable
	  products.


     Submitted by
	Randall Raemon delta1@netcom.com 0005650778@mcimail.com

	tkuch@gnn.com (Terence Kuch)

  3.2.8.

  Power Planner


     Company
	Sphygmic Software

     Address
	Sphygmic Software Ltd, Skewen, West Glamorgan, UK

     Phone No.
	+44-1792-323-002

     Fax No.
	+44-1792-812-843

     Email
	100343.1144@compuserve.com

     Platforms
	Windows


     Price
	25 pounds (UK)

     Miscellaneous
	Critical Path, Resource scheduling, cost calculation, etc.
	Exchanges data with MS Project (via MPX), Artemis 7000 and other
	systems.  Data can be summarised by work-breakdown structures, a
	user code or any valid SQL expression.

     Date
	27th March, 1996

  4.

  Other Platforms



  4.1.

  Is there any project management software for the Psion Organiser ?

  Yep !	 Andy Clarkson 100661.2440@compuserve.com has written a
  shareware project planning application called Plan which is available
  for the Psion 3a palmtop. It is available on Compuserve in the palmtop
  forum and also via ftp from: the imperial ftp site.
  <ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/packages/psion/icdoc/misc/plan303.zip>

  Andy also has a home page,
  http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/andyc

  Plan has the following key features:

    Gantt and PERT charts.

    Resource allocation histogram view.

    Task scheduling and tracking.

    Define dependencies between tasks.

    Enter resource data, (holidays, costs,...).

    Calculation of critical path.

    Transfer projects between Plan and MS Project.

    Cost calculations.

   STOP PRESS - Version 4.0 has just been released in
  comp.binaries.psion, and should be available in all the usual psion sw
  archive sites and on Andys home page (see above). (22nd April, 1996,
  PJP)

  5.

  Training & Miscellany



  5.1.

  Which companies provide training in Project Management in the UK ?

  Most companies mentioned below provide training in Software Project
  Management OR Project Management using S/W tools.
    The Project Management Software Centre, 16 Connaught Street, Marble
     Arch, London W2 2AF Tel: 071-402-6406

  5.2.

  Which companies provide training in Project Management in the USA ?


    Educational Services Institute (ESI) http://www.esi-intl.com
     Providing training in Managing Projects in Organizations, Risk
     Management, Leadership and Communications, Scheduling & Cost
     Control, Quality for Project Managers, Contracting for Project
     Managers, and Project Management Applications.

     Classes are presented in association with The George Washington
     University and are recommended for graduate-level credit by the
     American Council on Education's Program on Non-Sponsored
     Instruction.

     +1-703-558-3000 Corporate contacts: Bill Yarnoff (byarnoff@esi-
     intl.com) Individual contacts:  Please contact the registrar
     (registrar@esi-intl.com)

    Franklin Covey's, Planning for Results. 1 day, public and corporate
     seminars.	Address: 2150 W. Parkway Blvd., Salt lake City, UT
     84119, USA.  Tel: (800) 767 1776, (801)977-1776, Fax (800)242 1492,
     (801)977 1737.  Europe (44) 1327-301311, Australia (800) 819954,
     Japan 0120-01-1776.  WWW page: http:// www.franklinquest.com

     Non-technical practical approach to the development of leadership
     skills, including team-work, communication and creativity tools.
     Through the 4 big steps of PM process (Visualize, Plan, Implement
     and Close) you learn how to better deal with every day project
     tasks.  The seminar contents and participant kit is based on the
     Franklin Day Planner (c). Participants are encouraged to take
     Franklin's time management seminar first.

     (from Pablo Luengas, compuserve: 105301.1326)

    Software Engineering Management Associates, Inc. (Richard Fairley)
     Software Project Management: 2 or 3 days, @$2.500/day plus
     expenses.	Consulting rate- $1,500/day.  (from Cheng-Lung Chang
     changc@vlab.nsd.fmc.com)

    Fastrak Training Inc. (Eileen Quann, et al) Software Project
     Management course; 4 days, 20 students, $10.5k (from Cheng-Lung
     Chang changc@vlab.nsd.fmc.com) Address: 9175 Guilford Road, Suite
     300, Columbia, MD	USA  21046-1844, Tel: 301-924-0050, Fax:
     301-924-3049, email: contact@fastrak.com, WWW page:
     http://www.fastrak.com

    The Process Group (Neil Potter) Software Project Planning and
     Management course; 3 days, 20 students, $6.5k plus expenses.  (from
     Cheng-Lung Chang changc@vlab.nsd.fmc.com)

    The Learning Tree (Lisa Hugus) Software Project Management Tools
     and Techniques; 5 days, 15 students, $ 14,500. including expenses,
     class materials.  (from Cheng-Lung Chang changc@vlab.nsd.fmc.com)

    American Management Association 135 West 50th Street New York, NY
     10020-1201 (800) 262-9699

     Courses include:



	      Basic Project Management: Planning, Scheduling, and Control
	      Senior Project Management
	      The PM Forum: Real Solutions for Project Sucess
	      Technical PM
	      Information Systems PM
	      PM for the Pharmaceutical Industry
	      Managerial and Team-Building Skills for Project Managers
	      Budgeting Techniques for On-Time, On-Budget Project Performance






  Courses are held at different times and in various cities across the
  U.S. and Canada.  These came highly recommended by a friend that
  attended one of their seminars.  You can call the 800 number to
  request a free catalog.

  (from Scott W. Robertson USVCN64N@IBMMAIL.COM
  RobeSc00@dons.ac.usfca.edu).

    Learning Tree International, Mole Business Park, Leatherhead,
     Surrey, KT22 7AD, UK.  0372-364610

     Run "Software Project Planning and Management" (4 days, 1250 UK
     pounds) and "Project Management Skills for Success" (4days, 1250 UK
     pounds).

    Micro Planning International

       Micro Planning International is a leading international full
       service project management firm. For over fifteen years, MPI
       has been providing software products and services that
       empower organizations to get projects done on time and on
       budget. By providing a range of software services including
       training seminars, specific project assistance, and design
       and implementation of company wide Organizational Project
       Management systems, MPI has built a wealth of project man
       agement experience. Our software represents the marriage of
       that experience with the latest in personal computing tech
       nology.

       http://www.microplanning.com/plan

       email address: sales@microplanning.com


  (Brad Pirrung 102513.3531@compuserve.com 14 Aug 95 ]

  5.2.1.  Miscellany

  Virtual Experience Corporation (VEC), announces the release of VX-1
  Basic Software Project Management simulator, an interactive
  simulation-based training environment for software developers
  (February 1997).  Priced at $350.,  VX-1 provides users with an
  environment to safely, effectively, and comprehensively learn software
  project management concepts and skills.  For more information Dr.
  Bernard W. Jordan, Jr., Virtual Experience Corporation, 3344 Prospect
  Street N.W., Washington, D.C.	 at (202) 338-4913, Fax (202) 338-4915,
  via e-mail at buckjordan@aol.com, or through the World Wide Web at
  http://www.vx1.com.

  Softstar Systems develops and markets Costar, a software cost
  estimation tool.  Phone:  (603) 672-0987 Web:
  http://www.SoftstarSystems.com Address:  28 Ponemah Road, Amherst, NH
  03031 USA Email: info@SoftstarSystems.com

  Platforms:  Costar runs on DOS, and (soon) Win 3.1 and Win 95.  price
  $950 for a single copy, $5,000 for a Site License, $23,000 for a
  Corporate License

  Costar is a COCOMO-based software cost estimation tool.  Costar
  supports traditional COCOMO, Ada COCOMO, Incremental COCOMO, and
  (soon) COCOMO II.

  journyx Webtime provides web-based time and attendance tracking on
  Linux, AIX, FreeBSD, and soon on Solaris. Prices are $1000 for each
  server installation plus $25 per user.  Data is at
  http://journyx.com/products.html

  5.3.

  What do all these weird PM terms mean ?

  Dave Wagner dave@nis.com, at National Information Systems, Inc. has
  kindly provided a rather complete project management glossary.

  As it is about 25 Kb, it is not kept as part of the FAQ, but rather is
  available from the mail server (see above for the mail servers address
  and instructions on usage).

  **** put link to file here ****

  .\" It is soon to be moved to the .\" mailbase site for ftp, and the
  mail-server will then go away.

  I believe the glossary refers to some NIS products (eg: under "Late
  Finish" it says "this is done by selecting ANALYZE & PROCESS REPORTS
  from the Reports pull-down menu") but this does not, in my opinion,
  detract from the usefulness of the list.

  5.4.

  What Books/References are available ?

  The following list of books/references is presently small - I am sure
  that there are a lot more available - I just don't know about them.
  If you can contribute to this section, please do.

  *** put link to my booklist here ***

  In addition, I have been sent a _huge_ book list from Kurt Aerenlund
  Pedersen kup@hdc.hha.dk, which is available froom the mail server and
  via ftp

  *** put link to site here ***


  5.5.

  What other information is available ?



  5.5.1.

  Magazines


    International Journal of PM, publ. by Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd
     (UK).
    PM Journal, publ. by PM Institute (USA).

    PMNETwork, publ. by PM Institute (USA).

  5.5.2.

  Software Engineering Files

  The software engineering news groups (eg: comp.software-eng) have an
  interest in the PM field, and some files which may be of interest are
  archived in ftp://ftp.qucis.queensu.ca/pub/software-eng


	     pdcase	   7 Jul 1992 Public-domain CASE tools
	     petri	   7 Jul 1992 Petri net tools
	     pmtools	   7 Jul 1992 Project management and design tools
	     productivity 18 Sep 1991 Feature point productivity for several countries





  Also, some software engineering terms on
  http://dxsting.cern.ch/sting/sting.html

  (Thanks to Mike Sendall sendall@dxpt01.cern.ch)

  5.5.3.

  Razor

  Razor is problem tracking system (with integrated file version
  control) from

	Tower Concepts, Inc
	103 Sylvan Way
	New Hartford, NY 13413
	(315) 724-3540
	sales@tower.com



  Further info, copies of their manual, and even their software releases
  are available via anon ftp from ftp://ftp.tower.com/pub/tower as well
  as more information from their web site http://www.tower.com

  5.5.4.

  Tom Sawyer Software

  Tom Sawyer Software is a producer of portable graph layout libraries
  that can be licensed by various project management companies to
  produce drawings of nested outline PERT project schedules and time
  scale PERT project schedules.

       With standard components such as ours, the user interface of
       various project management programs could be greatly
       improved.


  For ordering and price information, please contact :





      Tom Sawyer Software     phone: 510.848.0853
      1824B Fourth Street     fax: 510.848.0854
      Berkeley, CA 94710      e-mail: info@TomSawyer.COM



  (Brendan P. Madden" bmadden@tomsawyer.com)

  5.5.5.

  Software Technology Support Center

  Jeffrey A Lewis lewis.jeffrey@smumc.mcclellan.af.mil writes as
  follows:

       Two valuable resources in the project management domain are
       the Software Technology Support Center (STSC) at Hill Air
       Force Base in Odgen, Utah, and the Software Program Man
       ager's Network, managed by the US Navy.

       The STSC maintains Gopher, ftp, and Telnet sites at Hill
       AFB.  I only know of the Gopher site.  You can reach it at
       gopher://stscbbs.hill.af.mil

       Some of the handy info there includes: information on how to
       contact the Software Program Manager's Network, as well as a
       very well written software project management tools report
       (in the folder Software Technology Reports from the STSC).

       Additionally, the STSC sponsors the annual Software
       Technology Conference each April in Salt Lake City, Utah.
       Each conference in the past has included tracks on software
       project management.


  5.6.

  What groups/organisations exist for project managers ?

  In Europe, "Internet", the International Association of Project
  Management. UK address:

	  The Association of Project Managers,
	  85 Oxford Road,
	  High Wycombe,
	  Buckinghamshire,
	  HP11 2DX.



  (Submitted by William R. Watt ag384@freenet.carleton.ca).

  In the USA "The Project Management Institute".  Both have membership
  world wide. The PMI holds certification examinations.

	  For change of address/subscription/membership inquiries

	  Project Management Institute
	  130 South State Road
	  Upper Darby, PA 19083
	  (610) 734-3330
	  Fax (610) 734-3266 or 3270




  Information submitted by kup@hdc.hha.dk, JimS@cybernetics.net, and
  DenysM@aol.com.  For editorial/advertising queries and reprint/bulk
  copy/permission requests:

	  PMI Communications Office

	Postal

	  P.O. Box 189
	  Webster, NC 28788

	Shipping (UPS, etc.)

	  200 Ed Norton Road
	  Cullhowhee, NC 28723
	  (704) 293-9711
	  Fax (704) 293-9801



  Information submitted by Ken Glade 71546.66@compuserve.com and
  JimS@cybernetics.net.

  Randall Raemon <0005650778@mcimail.com> writes:

       I called them about a week ago, asking for a membership
       information kit.	 The kit came in the mail today, which
       gives the address and phone.

       They publish "The Project Management Journal" 4 times a
       year, and have a magazine "PM NETwork" published 12 times a
       year. A one year membership is (all US$) $90.00, with a
       $10.00 application fee for new members. Local chapters have
       fees also, with $20.00 being the typical amount.	 Apparently
       you can join without being a member of a local chapter.
       Overseas air mail is $45.00 for mailings outside the US and
       Canada.

       There is a certification exam for people wanting the Project
       Management Professional (PMP) designation. Examinations are
       held quarterly at various locations. Contact PMI for
       details.

       No mention is made of any BBS access (though I have heard
       rumors that a BBS exists), nor is any mention made of an
       email address. I would expect any details to be given in
       their magazine."


  Robert Monaghan rmonagha@sun.cis.smu.edu on Mon, 15 May 1995 writes:

       They have a regular rate (circa $150) and a student rate
       membership ($20)....


  There now appears to be Web page as well (thanks to John B. Ennis
  JBE@dean.med.ufl.edu.	 http://www.pmi.org/

  Also, in Holland:







	  PMI
	  Buitenplaats 135
	  8212 Ae Lelystad
	  Holland
	  tel . 31-3200-22464
	  fax. 31-3200-80434




  Thanks to Erwin Traas etraas@te.xs4all.nl for information on a www
  site for project management information:

	  <htmlurl url="http://www.oslonett.no/org/int/"
	  name="http://www.oslonett.no/org/int/">



  The organisation is called IPMA (INTERNATIONAL Project Managment Asso
  ciation).  Email adress of the newsletter editor is:
  Cris_Seabury@qmail.newbridge.com.

  6.

  Gosh - can there be anything else ?



  6.1.

  Project Management Software from IKAR.

  I had some mail about project management software which has been
  written for UNIX and DOS, from Svetlana Gerdyukova
  (gerdyukov@mx.decnet.ihep.su). It is not clear whether the software
  she talks about is PD or commercial, and my mail has elicited no
  reply.  However, the group working on the software used to be
  contactable at

	       pal@ikar.sept.msk.su



  If anyone gets any info on this product, please let me know.

  7.

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  and help others to benefit by sending me updates, corrections or new
  information.

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  contributions I recieve are incorporated into the FAQ and that
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