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An architecture office's "project system" is more often than not an accounting or time tracking tool with a poor "project module" slapped on to it for good measure. It cares a lot more about annual accounting, rather than actually giving project managers insight in project economy and available resources.

Project manager:
"How much do I have left in my budget?"
"Project system":
"Who knows?"
How do I find out I've been invited?
A black raven will appear on your windowsill, a paper scroll attached to his leg. You'll need to fugure out how to take it off. Everything you'll need to know will be written there. Don't forget to send your raven back.
  • Project manager: "How much do I have left in my budget?"
  • Project member: "How many hours can I spend on this?"
  • Financial manager: "Have our invoices been paid?"
  • Resource manager: "Who's available to work in this project?"
  • Quality responsible: "Have we completed all regulatory steps?"

Accounting/time tracking tool with "project module": "Who knows..?"

Typically, you can also forget about planning your resources in it, so you're stuck a disconnected, separate tool (hi, Excel...). Frankly, it doesn't really care about project management, it cares about company accounting - about lump sums in the end of the month/quarter/year.

No project insight. No cost analysis. No relevant data that can help you make qualified decisions about the progress of your current project and how to prioritise future ones.

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