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Oracle Project Management

Oracle Project Management provides project managers with a comprehensive integration of the major elements of project management: plans, progress, issues, changes, documents, effort and cost, financial information, performance, and status reports. You can look to a single source of enterprise project information to manage the project through its lifecycle – from planning, through execution, to completion. Using Oracle Project Management, you can:

Create, manage, version, and view workplans.

Assign resources to tasks on the workplan, and track costs for the resource assignment.

Track progress against the workplan.

Create budgets and forecasts to plan and manage the financial performance of projects.

Manage changes to budgets by defining change orders that have a financial impact, like additional projected costs in order to keep track of changes to your budgets.

Manage issues such as concerns, problems, and questions for projects and tasks.

Attach and manage documents for projects and tasks.

Create project deliverables, associate them with workplan tasks, and track them

Set up and manage programs

Track and monitor the financial and schedule-related performance for projects

Report and manage exceptions that affect the scope, value, or duration of projects and tasks.

Provide a timely and consistent view of project status information.

Integrate with external scheduling tools such as Microsoft Projects, enabling you to leverage on scheduling requirements.

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