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Features NetPoint Primavera
See schedule changes in real time ✔
Planned dates without constraints vs early dates ✔
Float calculations ✔ ✔
Resources calculation ✔ ✔
Graphic and interactive for collaborative planning ✔

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More Features

  • Import/Export Capability – with Primavera, Microsoft Project and Excel
  • Concurrent Licensing – share licenses among multiple users
  • Easy-to-use Graphical Interface
  • Interactivity – Make changes to your schedule in real-time.
  • Planned dates – The graphical path method supports planning beyond early dates
  • Visual resource display reacts to a changing plan
  • Schedule risk add on available
  • Friendly and timely customer support

What Our Clients Are Saying

Plan & Schedule Simultaneously

Gone are the days of hitting F9. With NetPoint®, dates, durations, logic relationships, and the critical path all refresh in real-time.

Import & Export with P6

Schedule in NetPoint®, then export to P6. Or, import a schedule from P6 to visualize activities and perform dynamic resource leveling.

Get Help & Support

Search our knowledge-base, find answers from our online user community, and get on-demand help from our customer support team.

System Requirements

NetPoint® and NetRisk™ are compatible with Windows XP with Service Pack 2, WIndows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8, including 64-bit versions.

A minimum screen resolution of 1024×768 and a 16-bit color setting are required. Higher resolution and a 32-bit color setting result in a better graphic image. A minimum of 200MB of free memory is recommended.

The following amounts of RAM are recommended for best performance:

  • Up to 250 objects: a minimum of 1GB
  • 250 to 500 objects: a minimum of 2GB
  • Over 500 objects: at least 4GB

It is possible to work with up to 2,500 objects with an adequately resourced machine.

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