Introducing Project Office
Based on Gantt method, this app is built to make it easy juggling multiple projects, assign resources, track any remaining work to be done, and head off potential bottlenecks at a glance.
Gantt chart view
The Gantt chart view is the most commonly used view in project management and tracking project schedules. Gantt chart view provides an illustrated version of task list, with Gantt bars that show the duration of your project's tasks across a timeline, relationship between tasks and the schedule.
Network diagram view
A Network diagram is a graphical view of tasks, dependencies, and critical path of project. A box (also called a node) represents each task, and a line connecting two boxes represents the dependency between two tasks.
Critical path and baselines
Critical path is a series of tasks that dictates the calculated finish date of the project. And baseline is a static copy of plan data that’s compared with actual and current data. Baselines helps to compare actual vs. planned.
Sharing projects files and reports
Send Project Office file, export and import files with Microsoft Project® (XML) format, save project as PDF file, PNG, JPEG and make HTML reports of tasks and resources
Project Office is available on all your Apple devices
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Industry experts talk about Project Office
Featuring more elegant, intuitive user interface than competing apps, it's also more affordable than popular alternatives such as OmniPlan. But for speed, Project Office makes it easy to juggle multiple projects, assign contacts or materials, track any remaining work to be done, and head off potential bottlenecks at a glance. If your work life revolves around Gantt charts, Project Office is a cost-effective, full-featured solution for scheduling.