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The product looks really interesting - expensive though. I would also be interested to hear any experience from others.
I looked at it some years ago and was not enthusiastic enough to return to it. There are several options now. @Risk works with Microsoft Project, Safran Risk can import Primavera and Microsoft Project. Tamara (Vose Software) can as well.
I find that the biggest issue is how closely the software matches the way I want to model schedule uncertainty and the second is how much work I have to do to understand the way the tool does it.
Sorry, it's not a product I havhe experience with.
You are using @Risk? They start to support Project again!
Most of my schedule risk modelling is in areas where Primavera is the dominant planning tool. I am testing Safran Risk, which has the right look and feel for that environment and is a complete scheduling package as well as a risk modelling environment.
I never used it, will be interested to know about the product. I use @RISK from Palisade for my schedule, cost and other probabilistic analysis. Specific for schedule risk analysis, i would say Primavera Risk Management (formerly. Pertmaster) is a better one and Deltek's Acumen Risk is good too.
They are expensive no?
I have use Pertmaster, at the time Oracle Risk Analysis
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