Praxis Framework provided to users for free by PROJECT in a box



6 October 2014 – London, UK – PROJECT in a box has announced the addition of a new methodology template to the set provided free across the board with their full range of products from the free Community Edition through to the corporate Enterprise Edition. This new method template is Praxis Framework (low complexity) and is developed to be in-line with the Praxis Framework (http://www.praxisframework.org/) tailored for projects in a low complexity context.

The method template comes with a full set of templates and extensive guidance links back to the comprehensive resources at the Praxis website. A tools area is also provided for easy adoption of risk and issue management and for assembling plans/gantt charts.

141006-pmwj28-praxis-IMAGEThis makes it a great entry for those new to project management as well as helping the more experienced teams to reduce the effort associated with the churn of project documentation and controls activities.

This is the first of a set of Praxis methods; others will follow tailored for more complex projects and programmes.

Malcolm West of PROJECT in a box said “We are delighted to be again leading the way in being the first to bring the Praxis Framework to market in an easy to adopt format. Praxis Framework is an incredible resource for organisations wanting to join up the pieces of their PPM jigsaw and we are glad to be able to minimise the effort associated with implementation.”

PROJECT in a box provide methodology-led project, programme and portfolio support tools with powerful reporting, dashboards and collaborative working capabilities. Since launch in February 2005 the PROJECT in a box brand has leapt to prominence in this field on the back of our products. Some PROJECT in a box stats:

  • 200,000 – users of the free Community Edition and Planner tools worldwide
  • 2,000 – users of the Personal Edition tool worldwide
  • 250 – organisations using Enterprise and Small Team (multi user) Editions worldwide
  • 12 – standard Methodology templates provided for user adoption
  • 1 – supplier you will need to meet your PMO PPM needs

More at http://www.projectinabox.org.uk/

Source: PROJECT in a box