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Any advice out there on project scheduling software. We are a 50 person firm who has used a variety of gantt style schedule software, but have not found one that works very well. Cheap software does not have the options we need, and Microsoft Projects is expensive, cumbersome, and quite frankly does way more than we need to do.
We need a mid-range price, gantt style, project scheduling software.
David E. Cameron, AIA, LEED BD+C, NCARB Partner / Senior Architect Architectural Design Consultants, Inc. email@example.com 608.254.6181 www.adcidesign.com
Have you tried "Wrike?"
It is an online project scheduling software. Can accommodate multiple project schedules, and team members. It is built around teams, but can be used as standalone.