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14.12. PMIS HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

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The growth and availability of computers and project management software quickly gives access to volumes of data.

Computer-based information systems have become valuable for project managers to use in managing projects. In the past two decades, project managers could use a computing capability through a substantial infrastructure. Today, the desktop computer has led to a flood of project management software packages. Archibald separates computer-based software for project management into three categories: scheduling, cost and resource control, and cost/schedule/integration and reporting.[]

[] Russell D. Archibald, Managing High Technology Programs and Projects (New York: Wiley, 1976), pp. 204–210.


  

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