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SLPSoft Project Manager for Visual Studio with Application Modeling
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Unit Price:   USD 95.97 
Total:   USD 95.97
 Info plus 4.3% sales tax/VAT to USD 95.97: USD 4.13
USD 100.10
Delivery:   Download, License key
Platform:   Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x32, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 x32, Windows 7 x64, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x32, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64
Version:   4.0
Language:   English
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File Size:   Full version: 127.1 MB
Download Time:   Full version
  • 56k: ~296 min.
  • DSL/Cable (1/8/16Mbit): ~18 / ~2 / ~1 min.

 
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The SLPSoft Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables projects created inside Visual Studio to be managed inside Visual Studio. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables software projects to deliver on time, reduce cost of software project, enables developer’s collaboration and feedback, makes Visual Studio more productive; natural object oriented support, agile methodology support, multiuser environment support, and much more. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables each project created in Visual Studio to have a lifetime and each developer working in a project must have a function. The Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio enables a project created in Visual Studio to be viewed as a function and when that function is executed a problem is solved. To get started, the Functional Project Manager for Visual Studio can be viewed as follow The Interactive Application Modeling Version 2012 enables projects and applications to be modeled and managed where visually all entities that makes up a project can be identified. By using the Interactive Application Modeling to model a project, managers can have a better feeling of that project, understand the project better, and be able to identify everything the project is made up. For instance using the Application Modeling to model a project, a manager can use the software to identify the employees the project is made of, the groups that are defined in the project, the functions of the employees in the project, the functions of the groups defined in the project, employee’s collaboration model and much more.