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How good is scheduling in Oracle Prime Projects?

The Primaned team has written quite some blog posts about Oracle Prime Projects over the last couple of months. We did not hide that we thought it might very well be the PM tool of the future. Our enthusiasm is based on the comprehensiveness of the tool and its alignment with our vision on integrated project controls. It is so much more than a scheduling engine. When introducing the tool to clients and prospects, the reception is very good and our enthusiasm seems to be shared. However, mainly because of the nature of our client base, there is one thing they all want to know and ask us time and again.

How good is its scheduling compared to my good old Primavera P6?

Stijn Van de Vonderby Stijn Van de Vonder

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Finally, a tool to manage Project Scope

For a long time, when thinking about Project Management, the first thing people associate to was scheduling. Naturally, most project-based software tools, like Microsoft Project or Primavera P3 and the subsequent Primavera P6 Professional, were focusing on that process. Other tools existed, focusing on different areas, but always a specific one, like Primavera Risk Analysis, for example, which focuses on risks. No well-balanced and integrated tool did exist.

Joao Mirandaby Joao Miranda

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NEW! Oracle releases Prime Professional

Oracle has just released Oracle Prime Professional, a desktop application that is designed for scheduling and that connects to the Oracle Prime Projects database. Is this huge news!? Is this the tool that we will all be using to schedule our projects in 2025? It is a bit early to tell, but at least it might be! This possibility alone is reason enough for a first review.

Stijn Van de Vonderby Stijn Van de Vonder

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Keep your scheduling Lean with Oracle Prime

Introduction
Critical Path Method (CPM) schedules have been ruling the world of projects for a long time. Considering the benefits of CPM, that is quite understandable, isn’t it?

They provide the bigger picture of the project and allow for scenario and what-if-analyses, risk analyses, delay analyses and critical path analyses. They are useful for assessing the resource needs, they provide the team with due dates for ordering long lead items and they allow to include contingencies for risks.

Gert Truyensby Gert Truyens

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Oracle Prime – PM tool of the future?

Oracle Primavera P3 and later Primavera P6 Professional have been market-leading project management tools for more than three decades by now; and I’m sure that the latter will continue to be so for a while.

But, project controls best practices change and so will its toolbox.

Stijn Van de Vonderby Stijn Van de Vonder

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