Gone are the days of hitting F9. With NetPoint®, dates, durations, logic relationships, and the critical path all refresh in real-time.
Schedule in NetPoint®, then export to P6. Or, import a schedule from P6 to visualize activities and perform dynamic resource leveling.
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Ideal for Getting the Players to the Table
NetPoint has made the process of getting all the stakeholders in the same page easy. Initially some folks were asking for other tools, but after a couple of years using it now they ask for the NetPoint schedule. "Seeing is planning", is a true statement in project management.
A great Scheduling Software that will give MS Project a run for its money
The best part about this software is that I can lay down schedules of multiple projects on one sheet and see if there are any overlaps between projects. In addition, it is great to make presentations to the board using this tool
NetPoint Used for Upstream Oil & Gas
The best part about the software is the ease of operability and the next best part is you can visualize the schedule which is great for presentations and gives you an overall view of the project
No other software can compare to Netpoint in facilitating collaboration.
It is a highly interactive project management tool.
Students can concentrate on learning quality scheduling rather than learning a scheduling software tool.
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:
It is possible to work with up to 2,500 objects with an adequately resourced machine.