What is a Microsoft Project Program

No matter the size, project management is crucial for any organization. With so many moving parts – different departments, resources, vendors, and more – projects can spiral out of control in a heartbeat. At the other end of the spectrum, without proper management, the project could flounder in place.

Somewhere in the middle, the project inefficiently limps along, narrowly meets deadlines, and ends with a less than desirable conclusion. In any case, the outcome is the same: an organization loses time and money but gains a whole lot of frustration.

With Microsoft Project, coupled with Advisicon expert support and training programs, your staff becomes more productive and produces a higher-quality end product. Whether it’s holding a fundraiser or building a better mousetrap, your organization will have the resources to get it done, on time and on budget.

What is Microsoft Project?

Microsoft Project is a powerful tool to have in your project management tool belt. Or, more accurately, it fills a couple of drawers in your tool cabinet. Microsoft Project will allow to you:

  • Prioritize initiatives
  • Assign tasks
  • Work with built-in templates
  • Create multiple timelines
  • Report sharing
  • Analyze resources
  • And much more

With the ability to tie other programs together, provide open lines of communication, and many other features, Microsoft Project allows all stakeholders to see exactly where the project stands. With easy-to-navigate dashboards, each user can retrieve meaningful data the instant they
need it.

Why do you need Microsoft Project?

During Advisicon’s Microsoft Project training program, your organization will immediately begin to see the advantages. Instead of struggling with bits and pieces of MS Project, jumping in and out of programs, or constantly scheduling meetings to answer questions, that time will be spent working on the project.

However, first things first: with Microsoft Project, you’ll map out the project in its entirety before it even starts. This allows interested parties to organize their plans, spot potential roadblocks, and create clear and attainable goals. Then, by using MS Project, everyone will be able to track the progress of the project. With less frustration, less wasted time, and fewer meetings, everyone wins.

How do you know if you need Microsoft Project?

If you need a way to track the progress of your project, you need Microsoft Project. If you need a way to track resources and make sure everything is staying on budget, you need Microsoft Project. If you need a way to view status reports with up to the minute data, you need Microsoft Project.

Although it might sound like a joke a comic might come up with, it’s all true. However, if you think your organization is small enough that you don’t need this software or believe you are too big for any one system to handle, we recommend reaching out to us for a consultation. No
matter the size of the organization, our analysis will give you a better idea of how it’s being run – and how it can be run better

How we can help you

Advisicon has been showing organizations how to streamline their business practices for more than 25 years. During that time, we’ve lead countless upgrades, implementations, and training across several industries. We know these products inside and out, and we pass that knowledge on to you.

Our training programs for Microsoft Project are more than a single video or 3-hour presentation. After an exhaustive investigation into your organization, we are able to create a specific training program designed just for your staff. Advisicon doesn’t have one-size-fits-all solutions. We have the experience and expertise to answer any and all of your questions.

Interested in learning more about our Microsoft Project training programs, or signing up for a trial use of the software? Contact Advisicon today.