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Evaluation of cProjects for running SAP implementation

I was about to begin an SAP implementation and wanted to evaluate cProjects to run it. The problem I'd like to solve is to adequately track all of the tasks without having an army of project managers updating tasks all of the time. We all are intimately familiar with MS Project and would love to use that - but with close to 10,000 tasks there is no way we can get status updates on a regular basis efficiently.

I'd like to build the initial plan in MS Project, import into cProjects so that resources can confirm tasks directly over there. Any major changes to the structure of the project would be done in MS Project (import and export). I specifically don't want any financial integration, HR integration or anything else that might complicate things. I'm interested in the reporting that I would be able to do with it, but that's not the deal breaker. It'd be great to use the Fiori mobile app for confirmations, but that also isn't a deal breaker.

How difficult is this going to be? I've got confidence in my MS Project (as well as Primavera) skills so I'm comfortable with the subject matter...just not the tool. What am I not considering? Anything else I should be pushing?

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  • Oct 28, 2015 at 04:10 PM

    Hi Tim,

    So, you want cProjects only to confirm your tasks ?

    Thanking you

    Vengaiah

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      Basically just time confirmations, although it probably would be good to understand the reporting. I don't want financials and resources have to input their time each week to another corporate application (with the rest of the company). I'll have a lot of resources putting less than 40 hours a week.

      I'm open to other things that I'm missing in cProjects that might be helpful. Sorry for being so vague - I'm new to the functionality.

      Thanks,

      Tim