Chapter 1. Introduction

The primary activity of project managers is to keep track of information. Work items are completed, milestones are achieved, defects are reported, tests are passed ... and the list goes on. More than simply capturing this information, project managers need to analyze this data and provide meaningful status reports. SharePoint is uniquely suited to this environment. As you'll see throughout this book, SharePoint can be used as a repository for all of these project management artifacts. Using a combination of web and Microsoft Office applications, you can provide easy access to enter, view, and report on your project data.

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