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4PM
4PM logotip
Developer(s) Arctur d.o.o.
Stable release
v3.2 / January 2018; 11 months ago (2018-01)
Repository
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Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Project management software
License SaaS Proprietary
Website 4pm.si

4PM is web-based project management information system.[1][2] The application is written in Java J2EE environment.[3] It is licensed as Software as a service – SaaS in a private cloud [4] or as On-premises software. [5]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

  • Gantt chart and activities plan.
  • Project organization structure and authorisations.[6]
  • Financial plan.
  • Project documentation and communication.[7]
  • Progress monitoring and multi-level reporting.

Awards[edit | edit source]

Third place award for project management application in 2010.[8]

Reference[edit | edit source]

  1. Kodrič, Mark (2015). Primerjava orodij za projektno vodenje [Comparison of project management tools] (Thesis). Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za računalništvo in informatiko. 
  2. "Impacts of the Implementation of a Project Management Information System – a Case Study of a Small R&D Company" (PDF). ResearchGate. 
  3. "4PM review". Capterra. 
  4. "Life in the cloud". Monitor. 
  5. "4PM vs ProWorkflow System Properties Comparison". Project management zone. 
  6. "4PM for project management". Project management. 
  7. "Dokumentni sistemi" [Document systems] (PDF). Monitor (in Slovenian). 
  8. "Awards for web applications for project management". Obcine.net. 

Category: Project management

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