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Anyone using RiskyProject from Intaver?
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RiskyProject from Intaver is for schedule risk analysis and more.
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The product looks really interesting - expensive though. I would also be interested to hear any experience from others.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Jun 19, 2017 1:50 PM
Vincent Guerard
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You can get an on line demo!
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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.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Jun 19, 2017 1:49 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Each time you get a new tool there is some learning. All these simulation software have learning involve, your right.

You are using @Risk? They start to support Project again!
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Sorry, it's not a product I havhe experience with.
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Jun 19, 2017 9:05 AM
Replying to Stephen Grey
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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.
Each time you get a new tool there is some learning. All these simulation software have learning involve, your right.

You are using @Risk? They start to support Project again!
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1 reply by Stephen Grey
Jun 19, 2017 5:38 PM
Stephen Grey
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@Risk works with Project and Excel. Anyone starting afresh might also like to look at Vose Software's new product Tamara, which can import from Project or Primavera.

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.
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Jun 19, 2017 6:30 AM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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The product looks really interesting - expensive though. I would also be interested to hear any experience from others.
You can get an on line demo!
Network:225



Jun 19, 2017 1:49 PM
Replying to Vincent Guerard
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Each time you get a new tool there is some learning. All these simulation software have learning involve, your right.

You are using @Risk? They start to support Project again!
@Risk works with Project and Excel. Anyone starting afresh might also like to look at Vose Software's new product Tamara, which can import from Project or Primavera.

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.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Jun 20, 2017 9:13 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Let me know of your experience with safran
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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.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Jun 20, 2017 9:12 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Nice suggestions.
They are expensive no?
I have use Pertmaster, at the time Oracle Risk Analysis
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Jun 20, 2017 10:50 AM
Replying to Krishna Pakki
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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.
Nice suggestions.
They are expensive no?
I have use Pertmaster, at the time Oracle Risk Analysis
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Jun 19, 2017 5:38 PM
Replying to Stephen Grey
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@Risk works with Project and Excel. Anyone starting afresh might also like to look at Vose Software's new product Tamara, which can import from Project or Primavera.

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.
Let me know of your experience with safran

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