Action Item Tracking,
Benefits Documentation and Tracking,
Best Practices Management,
Billing & Chargeback Tracking,
Budgeting & Forecasting,
Custom User Interface,
Data Import/Export to MS Excel,
Data Import/Export to MS Project,
Legacy System Integration,
Project Template Customization,
Project Template Integration,
Software Development Kit,
Template Customization Support,
Total Cost Tracking,
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WbsCharts.net was started to allow users to easily build, search, and share work breakdown structure (WBS) charts online. We are currently in beta so any feed back will helpEasily build WBS (work breakdown structure) charts online.
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Intuitive and simple interface
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Resource and Talent Management software for use by professional services firms, IT, HR and organizations having a need to manage and monitor project staff assignments.
Multi-currency project accounting and tracking software for use by professional services firms, IT and organizations requiring the capture of work information.
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