Introduction to dotProject

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A web based open source (free) project management/collaboration tool.
dotProject combines planning, management and collaboration in one easy to use interface.

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Introduction to dotProject

  1. 1. Project Management with dotProject web based project management and collaboration tool Prepared by Ahmed Rami Elsherif
  2. 2. What is dP?  dP stands for dotProject.  A web based open source (free) project management/collaboration tool.  dotProject combines planning, management and collaboration in one easy to use interface.
  3. 3. dP Structures and Features Basic data elements and management functions include:  Companies, Departments and Contacts.  Resources management (HR, Rooms, Equipment, etc. )  Projects, Tasks and Activities planning.  Progress logging.  Calendar , ToDo lists Additional features:  Forums, Documents archiving.  Gantt Charts  Access control/privileges (Who can do/see what?)  Integration with Windows and Mail.  Reporting
  4. 4. Context ready How dp works Create Context Execute Project
  5. 5. dp users
  6. 6. Email Vs. dotProject Documents travel back and forth between users. Documents stay on the server and users collaborate using them.
  7. 7. Look and Feel User Login My Tasks & Projects My Todo list & status
  8. 8. Why use dP?  Plan projects, tasks and activities.  Easy way to collaborate across borders and with remote location.  Easy way to share knowledge and know what others are doing.  Ability to track who’s done what & where.  Fostering collaboration among colleagues.  Increase efficiency in the organization by providing a tool to compare plans vs. actuals.
  9. 9. Possible Applications  Construction Project Management.  Build to order manufacturing.  Consultancy Project Management.  General planning of activities.  General documents and intelligence sharing.
  10. 10. Test Drive  You can access the system on http://dp.wikiprojects.net (user: demo & password: demo)  Also you can find dotProject tutorial in http://www.slideshare.net/elsherifr/dotproject-tutorial
  11. 11. Final Thought Plans are of little importance, but planning is essential. Winston Churchill

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