We have been working with Microsoft Project since it was first launched for Windows in 1990. Process Bridge has been available for Microsoft Project since Version 4 was released in 1993 with the VBA functionality introduced in Version 3 a year earlier. We think we have it just right.
|Project Bridge for Microsoft Project Professional and Standard 2010, 2013 and 2016.|
Process Bridge re-organizes the Ribbon to be consistent with how users need to manage the tool, and to allow a user to easily plan and then manage a project by moving systematically through the “eight conceptual” areas of MS Project.
In addition, over 100 custom MS Project elements are included, like status reports for task, assignment, and resource records.
Experienced Microsoft Project users tell us that Process Bridge dramatically cuts down on the frustrating screen manipulation necessary in Microsoft Project for planning and tracking activities. Process Bridge facilitates planning, explaining, and reporting with teams and other stakeholders in real time.
New MS Project users tell us that it gets them up and running on their first plans much faster than they expected, and that it makes Microsoft Project more intuitive and easier to use.
Individual copies of Process Bridge or site licenses are available.