An easy way to define approval process templates and work templates.
More Application Info:
The main application in PRI's Enterprise Action Management Suite is ActionProgram Manager Plus ("APM Plus"). APM Plus provides a standard process life cycle for defining and approving proposed projects and project plans, and for managing the resources necessary to execute those plans. It was developed with, and runs on, the BMC Remedy Action Request System.
Microsoft ("MS") Project is a popular project management tool with a large user base that provides the ability to develop quick proposal estimates and project plans. PRI now offers an interface to import and export project plans between MS Project and APM Plus.
PRI developed the APM Plus – MS Project Import/Export interface for clients who need the convenience of being able to import legacy projects and to work on projects in one application, and then export them into the other for various reasons.
APM Plus Project Plan Exported to Microsoft Project
The MS Project interface supports the ability to quickly import an MS Project file (.mpp) into APM Plus, where you can complete detailed project planning and approvals, work the project tasks, and review project data.
APM Plus project plans can be exported into MS Project for the convenience of sharing them with project personnel who may not have access to APM Plus, for working on quick project plan sketches, and for the convenience of being able to study project plans while working offline from APM Plus.
This interface gives you the flexibility of Microsoft Project while working with your Remedy data in a robust project management system.
The following steps and screenshots show how easy this process can be. (Click on the images below to view full size.)
This is a relatively simple step that is performed on the Export Process tab of the APM:MSProject Interface form. Project plan data is exported in the XML format, which can be read by MS Project.
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