Project Plan 365: for Standard (PM)
As a single project manager working alone in a small business, you need more than just an online spreadsheet to handle your work, and then share it with others. The Standard (PM) plan gives you just that...
As a "standalone" project manager, you don't want to spend a ton of money on hardware & PM software to get your project off the ground; yet why not have all the features that the big dogs use and need?
With the Standard (PM) plan, you get great results from a powerful engine that was designed to do just what is needed: produce automated schedules that tracks task progress, controls resources and monitors costs.
As no project manager is an island unto themselves, you can always share your project plan with others via the cloud using Project Plan 365's connection to online hubs like Dropbox, One Drive, Box, etc.
A "lone" PM
Meet June, the medical services administrator for a small but busy clinic in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is juggling several projects that help keep staff and physicians in step, but she is finding that hard to do using a complex spreadsheet that is getting as busy as the clinic's over-stuffed waiting room.
One of her patients (an engineer with a broken wrist) told her how his firm uses Microsoft Project for scheduling and tracking work. He then offered to send her a sample project file that might help her out. June was worried she didn't have the budget for that kind of software expense (after all, the OR needed a new surgical table this year), and her budget spreadsheet wasn't working, so she wasn't really sure.
To June's surprise, she found the free 30-day trial of Project Plan 365 when googling "low cost project management software that opens Microsoft Project files" - and she was off to the races! The first thing she did with her pal's MS Project template was to consolidate her budget data with her task & resource data within the app, and she immediately realized that the Project Plan 365: Standard (PM) Plan wouldn't break the bank, and savings on this purchase would make the prospect of buying a new operating-room table all the more feasible.
The moral of June's story is that she found Project Plan 365 super helpful (along with her MS Project buddy) in getting a new project plan up and running quickly, and she was delighted to show off the plan on her new Android tablet (squeaked from the newfound windfall in the budget).