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Web-based project mgmt tools?

By tplas ·
Does anyone have suggestions for good web-based project management service providers? I'm aware of OnProject.com --what about others? Has anyone used any of the others, & willing to share experiences?

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by jim_rau In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

Too funny ... I just answer your other question ... so let me continue.

I see from the project 2000 box that it does the web stuff too. If you are in a Microsoft environment (Office97/2000, WinNT servers, IIS4 for a website and FrontPage 2000 torun it) then Project 2000 should slide in easy.

According to Microsoft you could publish your projects to your IIS4 website and everyone with a browser would have access (I bet IE5.x would work best ... funny how that works).

I hope this was useful info ... good luck!

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by tplas In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

Thanks, but was looking for PROVIDERS (i.e., services), not software packages.

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by Dion Jensen In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

In regards to your questio, i would like to direct your attention to TEAMNOW, a danish Web Based Project Tool.

Http://www.teamnow.com - The information from their Website states:

TeamNow is available in a free, fully functional sponsored format or on a subscription basis. The subscription version is aimed at corporate solutions, and is available for integration into existing company intranet software.

As a paid subscriber, you will have unlimited space for data storage and your workspace will be free of advertising banners. Soon you will be offered additional tools and applications to help you with everything from high-level data security to project management.

All basic applications and features at TeamNow are free - and will remain so in the future. All members are allowed 10 megabytes of space - sufficient for most minor and medium size projects.

## Enough adverticing.
I've uesd this tool in regards to sharing and working on a project - based on international andintercompany ressour

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by tplas In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

Wow! That's exactly the sort of service I was hoping to find. Thanks!

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by katjamcd In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

Have a look at a product called Evolve. It has a neat web interface, does timesheets, resourceing and interfaces with MS project.

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by tplas In reply to Web-based project mgmt to ...

Appears to be mostly a product, but looks like it's also available as a hosted service. Might be worth looking into.

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