04-27-2017 04:51 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software
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Introducing Progress Update with PrimaveraReader 3.5

Press release from: Seavus Group

Following the success of the previous product launches and the increase in customer demand, PrimaveraReader™ continues to deliver product releases with new features and improvements. The latest version of PrimaveraReader™ includes a Progress Update feature. This new functionality provides team members with the ability to propose activity and assignment progress to their Project Schedulers.

“Our clients and companies that are interested in deploying PrimaveraReader™ into their project environment, will be very pleased to find that now team members can easily propose feedback on the progress status of their activities and assignments.” Ljubisha Mladenovski, Senior Product Analyst.

Progress Update
PrimaveraReader™ 3.5 contains options where users can insert proposals for updates in the Activity and Assignments views. When users enter the “Progress Update” mode, they can preview several new columns where they can update % Complete, Actual Start, Actual Finish, Activity Status and Activity codes. The fields available for update depend upon the working habits and the existent workflows in the company, defined by the Project Scheduler.

The proposals for Progress Update are saved in XLS file format, which is then placed in a newly created folder, in the same location where the XER schedule is. These XLS files can then be imported into the project’s reflection, merged and provide a detailed view for modified parameter of each activity. The Project Scheduler then decides whether to accept or reject the updates from the team members.

Additional features
In the latest release of the reader for XER and XLS files, users can filter the total float per task with the filter option “Total float less than”. In terms of improvements in the user experience, new options are added where the users can set the table row height and have scrollable detail view.

Project oriented companies are becoming more interested in implementing PrimaveraReader™ when the collaboration with the team members becomes crucial. The usage of PrimaveraReader™ increases team productivity and reduces the risk of miscommunication with manual task status updates.

PrimaveraReader™ is a reader for XER schedules that is available for Windows, Mac OS X and iOS. Users can download a trial version of the software or schedule a live demo presentation by following this link: www.primaverareader.com.

About the company:

Seavus is an international software development, outsourcing and consulting company with a proven track-record in providing successful enterprise-wide business solutions. The company has over 650+ IT experts worldwide and offers a variety of products and service options, successfully covering the European and US market from several offices in the world. Seavus’s expanding portfolio covers: Telecom BSS/OSS, Billing solutions, CRM, CEM, Business Intelligence and DWH solutions, Banking, Insurance and Financial platforms, Embedded solutions, Business and consumer products, Mobile and gaming solutions, Managed services, as well as custom development, quality assurance, consultancy and resourcing. The Seavus portfolio includes over 3,500 customers, including leading worldwide telecoms and handset manufacturers, organizations from the banking and finance industry, consumer electronics, technology, education, government, and health, to name but a few.

Seavus is a globally authorized master distributor for the software product family PrimaveraReader™.

Joel Roberts
Products Marketing, Seavus Group
Phone: +46 40 645 9956
Email: productsmarketing@seavus.com

Rundelsgatan 16
211 36
Malmoe, Sweden

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