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NEW book release ``Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2013`` NEW software release ``Forecast Scheduling Application`` - improve your schedules


Eric Uyttewaal's books:


Forecast Scheduling 2013

Forecast Scheduling 2010

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Click the link below to get your free evaluation version. These evaluation versions are time-limited versions that will work for 30 days. If you then decide to purchase the product you can enter the license code you will receive and continue using the product:


ProjectPro Forecast Scheduling Application (PFSA) for Microsoft Project 2010 or 2013: click here

You will benefit from this add-in if you need to improve your schedule to turn it into a forecast model of your project. PFSA helps you improve your schedule by performing checks on your schedule and adjusting the view so you can quickly improve your schedule.

PathsPro (formerly PCCP) for Microsoft Project 2010 or 2013: click here or for Microsoft Project 2007: click here

You will benefit from this add-in if you find the Critical Paths in your schedules incomplete or incomprehensible. The add-in will make your Critical Path complete and explain any gaps in it in an easy-to-read custom-made Gantt Chart, all presented within Microsoft Project itself. In addition, our add-in can find the Resource-Critical Path in a resource-constrained schedule. Finally, our add-in can find the Critical Path of any milestone in an integrated master schedule. You will always know what your most Critical Path is in your schedule.

CrossLinksPro (formerly PPMS) for Microsoft Project 2010 or 2013: click here to view the video

Review this video to explore how CrossLinksPro helps program managers to manage the links between the subprojects in their program. You will see how you can find the Critical Path of any milestone in an integrated master schedule.

CurvesPro (formerly PSC) for Microsoft Project 2010 or 2013: click here

You will benefit from this add-in if you need to create Earned Value charts from your MS Project schedules. The add-in can also create an s-curve for the effort (called 'Work' in MS Project) in your project and track your project on earned work versus planned work or actual work.



Last modified:August 02 2016 14:00:58.