Open Workbench- Open source project scheduling tool


Open Workbench is an open source windows based desktop application for project scheduling and management functionality. it is perfect alternative to Microsoft Project available as free and open source. Open Workbench provides all the functionality and benefits that project managers expect from world-class scheduling application.

Open Workbench- project scheduling tool

Features of Open Workbench

  1. Define projects and create associated work breakdown structures with activities, phases, tasks and milestones
  2. Create dependencies as finish-start, start-start, finish-finish or start-finish
  3. Create subprojects and link them to master projects
  4. Create and manage inter-project dependencies
  5. Associate guidelines with tasks
  6. Manage advanced task properties such as fixed duration, dependency lag, imposed start/end dates and charge codes
  7. Create, edit and delete calendars
  8. Make Schedule tasks manually or automatically by using Auto Schedule
  9. Automatically schedule tasks forwards or backwards and with or without resource constraints
  10. Schedule across linked master and subprojects
  11. Schedule to general or individualized calendars
  12. Define resources as people, equipment, materials or expense
  13. Assign resources to tasks
  14. Configure resources on tasks with uniform, fixed, contour, front or back loading
  15. Track status, percent complete and estimates to complete
  16. View Gantt charts (both detail and roll-up), PERT charts and the critical path
  17. Define, compare and reset project baseline settings
  18. Customize project views including column layouts, filters, sorts and rule-based formatting
  19. Seamlessly integrate with the Clarity system from Computer Associates
  20. Free and open source project

Download : Open Workbench r1.1.6

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