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3 months ago
The real question is: what type of Project/Portfolio Management system do I need?  The Trello, Asana, and Monday.com types of products tend to be a bit more lightweight. Sometimes, they lack the structure that a more robust system such as Project Online or Project for the…
10 months ago
11 months ago
Should go without saying, but, we sometimes get lost in the minutia.  The most important metric or chart/visualization should be using size/color/location to draw the focus of the reader.  
11 months ago
@reviewer1450293 I find Qlik Sense to also be qucik and easy for the non-technical user as it can suggest useful viusaliztions that can be used individually or collectively in a larger dashboard or report.
11 months ago
Combination ease of development to gain quick insights and the ability to code more advanced data analysis when neede.
Almost 3 years ago
MS tech support for the MS Project suite of apps is definitely more focused on the Online versions. There is still as significant user base for On Prem and local client applications. I hope that MS will seriously consider providing better support for these users.
Almost 3 years ago
MS Project and it's associated apps(Server, Client, etc.) have never been very user friendly. But, then again, Project Management for anything other than relatively simple projects with only a few resources can get messy as well. A rich suite of options helps to support more…
Over 3 years ago
About 4 years ago
We currently use Qlik Sense for dynamic dashboards and reporting as one of our primary BI tools. An add on product, NPrinting, allows for Dynamic and scheduled reporting delivery via email and centralized Newsstand site. There is a large number of different data connectors…
About 4 years ago