SmartWorks Project Planner allows users to plan, track , analyse project parameters using Gantt charts, PERT charts, Network Diagrams , Risk and Cost graphs through out the Project Life cycle. This is an affordable alternative to MS-Project .
Version: 4.9SmartWorks Project Planner is a software to plan, manage and track a project. It provides the flexibility to split a project into well-defined tasks in a spreadsheet like interface.
License: Free To Try $99.95
Operating System: Windows
This software allows a project manager to define calendar, create dependencies between tasks, mark milestones, assign resources, set priorities, maintain risk database, manage cost, view Gantt charts and more.Allows you to import Plans created in MS-Project as well.
Project Planner has following features: Earned Value Management Resource Dependent Calendar Drag and drop attachments Create projects quickly and easily using Project creation Wizard
Plan a project by splitting a project into well defined tasks in a spreadsheet interface Summary view to show the project health based on number of tasks and project duration Add multiple resources and assign a task owner to a task
Change the task status in terms of percentage completion to mark progress Printable Gantt chart equivalent to the plan Critical path in Gantt Chart for in-depth project analysis and dynamic calculation of critical path and task slack
Calendar to set the working days in project, also ability to set number of working hours in a day Tasks filters for easy viewing of tasks Network Diagram to see the project flow Automatically generated reminder for lagging tasks Estimation view to project completion based on the current status
Customizable warning mail configuration, for lagged tasks and tasks which are about to slip Inbuilt risk management with mitigation and contingency and Global risk database Percentage allocation of resources for better resource allocation Free 30-day trial is available at,
Version 4.8: Support Earned Value Management (EVM), Enhancements to Resource allocation