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Chronicle Graphics Releases OnePager Pro 5.0

New version breaks records, sets standard for project visualization.

For Immediate Release

Contact: Jeff Murai, +1.303.779.0344, press@onepager.com

CENTENNIAL, CO - February 25, 2013. Chronicle Graphics has released the latest upgrade to its OnePager Pro project reporting application, called OnePager Pro 5.0. The upgrade, over a year in the making, contains significant enhancements designed to extend the reporting capabilities of Microsoft Project, including:

  • Conditional formatting rules engine
  • Refreshed user interface
  • Expanded palette of shapes, fills, borders and decorations
  • Expanded drag, drop, and resizing capabilities
  • New date and percent label display options
  • Improved support for resource tracking

“There is a lot of excitement around all the upgrades in OnePager Pro 5.0,” said Safford Black, Chronicle Graphics’ Chief Operating Officer. “In the first week alone, we had more customers upgrade than with all of our previous releases combined. We’re thrilled that they share our vision for cutting-edge project reporting, and for creating Gantt Art.”

OnePager Pro is an add-in to Microsoft Project and is used by leading pharmaceutical, aerospace, and public sector organizations worldwide to visualize projects, programs, and schedules. It builds on data that already resides in Microsoft Project to create fast, dynamic Gantt charts and timelines.

OnePager Pro 5.0 represents the company’s biggest release to-date, both in terms of scope and schedule. The release included an extended feedback period where enterprise customers were invited to participate in the design and testing before upgrades became publicly available. Chronicle Graphics releases upgrades to its OnePager Pro application several times per year.

About Chronicle Graphics

Chronicle Graphics is the company behind OnePager Pro and OnePager Express, project presentation tools that create rich visual summaries and overviews for use with scheduling teams, senior management, and other key stakeholders. Founded in 2005, Chronicle Graphics has licensed its technology to Fortune 500 companies spanning multiple industries, in addition to numerous government agencies, and is a Microsoft Certified Partner.