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Enterprise Project Management Using Microsoft Office Project Server 2003

The concept of enterprise project management is a very popular trend in project management. Microsoft Project Server 2003, as did Project Server 2002, answers the needs for managing and reporting on projects and resources for an entire enterprise. Microsoft Project Server 2003 uses the underlying technology platform of the desktop project management software to create a way to view and manage resources and projects for full enterprise visibility. It includes supporting functions such as viewing and managing timesheets, status reports, issues, risks, and documents. All of these functions together help the portfolio management office (PMO) establish a full array of enterprise standards, processes, and reports.

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The terms program management office, project management office, or portfolio management office are interchangeable. For the purposes of this book, we use PMO to mean portfolio management office.



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