Project Reporter 2.0 server software combines multiple reports on Web

Project Reporter 2.0 server software combines multiple reports on Web

Project Reporter 2.0 from CoGenTex Inc. of Ithaca, N.Y., can automatically post status reports on the Web, consolidating data from Microsoft Project 2000, Scitor Project Scheduler from Scitor Corp. of Sunnyvale, Calif., or other project managers.

The Project Reporter server software runs under Microsoft Windows, Mac OS or Unix with most Web server applications, via a Java engine. A license starts around $5 per user.

Clients need only Netscape Navigator 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions to view consolidated status reports over the Internet or an intranet.

Project Reporter 2.0 can combine text reports with tables from project managment software into different views for different users. The fonts and colors are customizable.

From the hypertext display, users can click on a task icon to highlight it in the project's Gantt timeline, or vice versa. More information is available at www.cogentex.com/products/reporter/demo.html.

Contact CoGenTex at 607-266-0363.

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