You might know what hat you wear in your organization, but do you know your role-that is, when it comes to using Project Web Access? A good starting point might be the Project Web Access role guides, which are an overview of all the features available to you, categorized by your role in your organization. An executive, for example, will probably be more interested in reporting features than team members, who may be more interested in recording the time spent working on project tasks. And an administrator will probably be interested in making sure all the features are working correctly in order to keep everybody happy and productive.
These role guides can help you figure all this out. See a list of them all at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/projectserver/HA102513961033.aspx?pid=CH101477201033.
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We have several opportunities on the go right now
but I was hoping you may be able to help me out on one
This is for a Project Admin / Exec Admin for an world wide design company
the candidate must know - - Microsoft Project
I'm having difficulty networking with folks that have this skill set
would have any suggstions of who I could call who may
may be interested in exploring this opportunity
compensation could be in the 50's
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Projjex.com is a great new site that does a fabulous job of project management. It's completely browser-based, really easy to use, and has a free version. Cool videos too - I love it!