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Microsoft Project Server

You will be able to do the project management (scheduling, tasks assignment, resources allocation, cost tracking) for all your projects in one place, where the team members can contribute and keep the plans up to date. The web version does the main job right but if you find it more difficult to use you just use the standalone Microsoft Project and upload the changes back to the server.
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Pros

  • Project schedule is one of the key features we use. Project professional can be used to do bulk task updates, manage resources, find critical paths of project tasks very easily.
  • A lot of extension capabilities are available when it comes to reporting. You can create SSRS reports or integrate with SQL database in the back-end to create OLAP cubes for Power Pivot and other BI reports
  • Workflows and Project Detail Pages (PDP) are very easy to configure. You can also control which field(s) to display on a particular phase or PDP.
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Cons

  • Speed - It can be slow at times, but this varies depending on how many projects/users/etc you have.
  • Workflows - there are more intuitive solutions available.
  • Costs/Resource structure could have more flexibility.
  • More customization at the program level.
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Usability

Microsoft Project Server10.0
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We don't have to worry about maintenance, upgrades, or compatibility issues. All the capabilities we need are there, and are easily customizable.
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Implementation

Microsoft Project Server10.0
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Per Microsoft, Project Online provides more value long-term by reducing infrastructure cost and increase feature release cycle time
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Alternatives Considered

I was not involved in the process of selecting Microsoft Project Server, and this is the only product I have used.However, the multiplatform integration I think is what makes it so valuable. The access to such a wide variety of products from Microsoft that all work well together make it a tool that is both useful and user friendly enough for people of all skill/experience levels to learn quickly.
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Return on Investment

  • Increased ROI
  • Quick Implementation (Project Online)
  • Fast Updates
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Pricing Details

Microsoft Project Server

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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