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TOC-CCPM
TOC Critical Chain Project Management software




 If you want to complete projects in half the time, all the time, then you need CCPM+; the least expensive multiproject solution! 

Although Microsoft Project gets more technically capable and feature rich with every release, it does not do Critical Chain Project Management. (CCPM) plans, and does not enable tracking progress the way you need to implement CCPM. Add CCPM+ to Microsoft Project to:

  • Reduce stress on yourself and project team members,

  • Improve work quality be enabling resources to focus on one task at a time,

  • Identify the real critical chain to focus on,

  • Effortlessly insert properly sized feeding and project buffers,

  • Simplify project status reporting with automatic generation of buffer reports,

  • Enable relay-racer performance on your project tasks with prioritized task lists for your project resources, and

  • Know precisely when to plan and execute buffer recovery action on your projects.

Do your project teams suffer from projects that are late, over-budget, or unable to deliver full scope? Are your project teams stressed by the lack of success and excessive project changes? You can change all that by moving to CCPM.  You can supercharge your project team to achieve unprecedented success.










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Published on: 2008-10-25 (9622 reads)

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