Mind2Chart

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Company / Author[edit]

ApriorIT Inc.

Screenshots[edit]

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What they say[edit]

“Mind2Chart will turn discussion topics into tasks for plans with just a couple of clicks. This add-in will display them in the most popular way of graphical representation of projects – as Gantt chart.

Mind2Chart add-in allows to:

  • Observe the whole scope of work in the project or a selected part of it.
  • Set key dates of the project, schedule tasks.
  • Set dependencies between tasks, automatically modify plans according to them.
  • Allocate and manage all kinds of resources (e.g. human resources) for the project tasks, take into account resource limitations when planning.
  • Detect problem tasks, “bottle-necks” of the project, critical path.
  • Obtain reports about current status of tasks and resource allocation in the ready-to-print form.
  • Estimate current project status and obtain information about project progress.

Benefits of Mind2Chart:

  • Complete integration in MindManager Pro 7(r), no external applications required.
  • Intuitive interface, all common project management tasks are covered with no redundant extra functionality.
  • No additional information, Mind2Chart add-in operates only with information that is visible and editable within MindManager(r) interface. Other members of project team can work with the plan even without the add-in installed.
  • Two-way instant synchronization with the mind map.

Such details as automatic time calculation, automatic taking into account task relationships and resource capacity, and also elements of analysis, representation of all obtained information on the chart, printable reports – everything that makes the planning process as easy and clear as never before.”

Observations[edit]

This is an add-on for MindManager to help in project management

Their website[edit]

http://www.mind2chart.com/

Operating System(s)[edit]

Windows


Price: USD79  |  Status: Historical (defunct)  |  Date added: 2008-06-27

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