Posts Tagged ‘Project Administrator’

Project Administrator for Office 2010

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

We have just released a beta version of Project Administrator project management software for Microsoft Access 2010. There are versions for Access 2010 32 bit and Access 2010 64 bit versions.
As they are beta versions, we ask you let us know of any unexpected events. Send an email to with any attached screen prints and we will try and fix your problems.

Project Administrator sold in 51 countries

Friday, March 11th, 2011

After sitting on 50 for a few months – Botswana was country number 50 – we have now sold in our 51st country.  The honour goes to Austria.  We just sold a 5 user license to a company in Austria.  Hopefully they speak English.

Project Administrator Build 12 released

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Today we have released build 12 of Project Administrator Project Managment Software.  Build 6 addresses two minor bugs relating to the use of distribution lists in emails, and being able to select all projects when viewing the project screen.  We also added an enhancement to enable version update checking to be suspended.  This was requested by an organisation that wanted to roll out upgrades themselves rather than have prompts to download from the web when an upgrade was available.

Project Administrator without Microsoft Access

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

You can now download our Project Administrator Project Management software even if you don’t have Microsoft Access installed.  We have developed a version that installs an Access runtime file that will allow you to use the software. Project Administrator enables a project manager to manage the schedule, risks, issues, actions, changes, budgets and expenditure, documents, roles and responsibilities and much more – all through one piece of software.

Download a fully functional 30 day trial version by clicking here

If you would like to find out more information click here, or view some videos.

Project Administrator with SQL Server

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

In the most recent release of our Project Management software, we have carried out some changes to allow you to upsize to SQL Server using the Access upsize wizard. Whilst most people will not need to do this, it is now an option. For more information click here.