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Schedule Reader Product Review


ScheduleReader is a software application that lets you open, print, and export projects in .xer, .xml, or .xls file formats, without requiring Oracle Primavera P6. The application converts data from the above-mentioned formats and visually presents project schedules, project plans, and portfolios as well as Oracle P6. This option can help transfer project data between software, perform health check analysis, costs, and risk assessments, which reduces the risk of schedule overruns without deploying Primavera P6.


So, if you are in charge of delivering a project, program, or portfolio, then you must have a clear understanding of how expensive Oracle® Primavera P6 professional licenses can be, which can be quite a lot if you need multiple licenses, for your entire team.


This is where third-party tools for project professionals come into play and therefore using them can be beneficial as well.


ScheduleReader viewer features can be a true savior for many project teams to be able to evaluate the schedule quality, during both planning and scheduling. Assessment of schedule quality can be done collectively by multiple project participants at the same time. The tool is built to help manage and report complex projects instantly, among all parties involved without p6 licenses. ScheduleReader uses the standard Primavera P6 interface which is a great feature that enables organizations to implement easily. This allows project managers to get comfortable with the app and start using it right away, without a lot of practice. It is an ideal solution for single-project users as well as companies that need to manage multiple projects and sign tasks effectively.



Because different project participants use ScheduleReader, along with their different responsibilities there is an option to match different users with their roles by creating custom plans and tailoring templates for each level of proficiency.


Every ScheduleReader user can customize dashboards to create an individualized and

focused view of the specific project categories (activities, resources, roles, assignments, etc.)