Introduction to dotProject

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A web based open source (free) project management/collaboration tool. …

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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  • 1. Project Management with dotProject web based project management and collaboration tool Prepared by Ahmed Rami Elsherif
  • 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. 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. Context ready How dp works Create Context Execute Project
  • 5. dp users
  • 6. Email Vs. dotProject Documents travel back and forth between users. Documents stay on the server and users collaborate using them.
  • 7. Look and Feel User Login My Tasks & Projects My Todo list & status
  • 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. Possible Applications  Construction Project Management.  Build to order manufacturing.  Consultancy Project Management.  General planning of activities.  General documents and intelligence sharing.
  • 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. Final Thought Plans are of little importance, but planning is essential. Winston Churchill