Posts Tagged ‘methodology tools’

New Version of Method H

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Our popular requirements gathering tool, Method H has just been updated to version 3.  A beta is available for existing users to test.

Changes include the updating of the user interface to match the colour scheme used in Project Administrator.  We also added a new tabbed screen.  The previous “H” format screen is still available but you can now see the same data in a screen where there are tabbed pages for inputs, outputs, business rules etc.

If you are an existing user, and would like to try the beta release, send an email to  Include in the email details of when you purchased Method H.  If you have a copy of the email you received, include that to allow us to confirm your purchase.

New Package Software System Methodology

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Today, Project Perfect released our new system methodology tool SP2 or Software Package Selection Process (SPSP or SP2 ).  It is a selection tool for a software package selection.  SP2 starts out from the idea, and works through feasibility, requirements, selection, configuration and implementation.  It ends with the project closure.

The system methodology is a web site that will guide you through the selection of a software package.   The web site consists of 12 phases and each phase has a number of activity.  The activities are supported by templates and reference sources.

To give you an idea of how comprehensive the package selection framework is, there are:

  • 12 phases
  • 164 activities within those phases each with it’s own web page listing purpose, inputs, steps, deliverables, instructions, templates and more information.
  • 121 Templates
  • 31 Reference Documents including extensive guides for things like risk management, benefit identification, testing etc.
  • Numerous references to Project Perfect White Papers on topics that are relevant to that part of the project.

It has been a massive development over a year in the making.  It has drawn on the experiences of many project managers and project management resources to put together. Aside from actually purchasing the material to use within your own organisation, you can actually tailor it to suit your own requirements and processes.

By using SP2 you will select and implement the right software package.  Not only that, you can do it faster, cheaper and with less risk.

To find out more click here