The Pros and Cons of Project Server and SharePoint

Some companies perform most or all of their work in projects. For example, consulting firms take on different clients with different needs; each need would be a project. Book publishers set up projects for each book they publish. The sheer number of projects these companies perform drives the need to manage the company’s portfolio of projects with every bit as much effort and detail as is needed to manage individual projects.

Other companies may not perform all or even most of their work in projects, but the projects that they do perform are large, complex, and sometimes even far-flung geographically. For example, your company may decide to open international plants. Large, complex projects are ...

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