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project management software means power to the people

This article features a roundtable interview with leaders of seven major project management software vendors, speaking about the history of their industry, the issues facing it, and forthcoming trends in project management software development.Joel Koppelman, president of Primavera, talked about how the relationship of people to time has changed and how technological advancement has meant adapting the machine to man. Kathleen Hebert, general manager of Microsoft's successful Project software, spoke of their company's effort to make their product accessible to nonspecialists. Patrick Durbin from PlanView discussed leadership and risk. Also included in the conversation were Roger Meade, CEO of Scitor Corp., John Baldwin from Artemis, Ed Farrelly from ABT Corp., and Steve Cook from Welcom.
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