Tracking Project Cost Information

Did you know that OnePager 6.0 gives you new ways to track cost information from your project plan?

Lots of project managers already track cost and budget information┬álike the sample project plan below, but don’t have a great way to visualize it:

If you already have this information in Microsoft Project or Excel, you can import it into OnePager and display it in text columns on your project report. On top of that, you can use OnePager’s patented conditional formatting tool to color-code tasks in the project plan, so that they stand out when they are over budget or under budget. OnePager’s snapshot capability will also give you a visual indication of how costs are changing over time.

For more information on how to import and set up cost tracking in OnePager, please read these step-by-step instructions.

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About Safford

Safford is a versatile technology professional with a solid history of empowering emerging growth companies in a broad array of industries. His employment history includes energy industry consulting at Quorum Software, Senior Manager of Client Services and Technical Sales at telecom service aggregator GetConnected, and Vice President of Strategic Partner Management at electronic payment processor IP Commerce. Prior to his tenure as OnePager's COO, Safford was the company's Vice President of Marketing and Alliances. Safford holds a BA in Psychology and management from Rice University.

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