EPM Team
The Catapult EPM team is responsible for delivering Microsoft project and portfolio management solutions. Their blog reflects team insights and real-world experiences developing world-class EPM solutions.
May 192011
Just read an excellent post by Alex the Aussie over at epmsource.com. Alex has been working the the Nintex Workflow for Project Server 2010 tool, and is trying to get task-level data, in this case milestone and stage info, out of the schedule and in ...[Read more]

May 172011
If you haven't been over to TechNet in a while, you should pay a visit. The amount of technical and functional documentation, videos, how-tos, etc to found on the pages of TechNet is nothing short of remarkable.   New content includes everything y ...[Read more]

May 172011
From the friendly folks at Microsoft's Office Sustained Engineering group: Official word that SP1 for all Office servers and apps, which includes Project Server 2010 and Project Professional 2010, will be released at the end of June.   There are s ...[Read more]

Apr 042011
We’re finishing up a couple of deployments of Project Server 2010 wherein we did a number of custom workflows for the clients, and I thought I’d pass along some lessons we learned, some the hard way. First, a bit of clarification: I’m talking abo ...[Read more]

Jan 052011
Welcome to 2011! With the new year comes some changes here at the Catapult Systems EPM Team blog. As you may have surmised from Andrew's most recent post, blogging responsibilities have shifted to little old me. My name is Peter Elkin. I have bee ...[Read more]

Dec 292010
The New Year is fast approaching, and with it all of the cultural baggage associated with transitions, ringing out the old, bringing in the new, and all those other tired memes.  Usually, the New Year is a non-event for me…an opportunity to freeze ...[Read more]

Dec 122010
I just wanted to post this as follow up to an interesting thread that started a while back on one of the Project Server newsgroups.  The thread, originally started by Rambunctious was asking how to get the name of the parent task for each child ta ...[Read more]

Dec 112010
I realized that I still had a couple of these Resource Analysis posts sitting half written in my queue and figured it was about time to put some finishing touches on them and kick them out the door.  That being said, welcome to the latest posting ...[Read more]

Dec 102010
Thanks to Larry C. for reading my posts on the Portfolio Analysis module of Project Server 2010.  He’s been after me for some time now to address the role of project dependencies in portfolio analysis – to which I keep responding that I’ll get aro ...[Read more]

Dec 052010
With the holidays fast approaching, and my family travel schedule starting to blend into my work travel schedule, it’s been a bit hard to maintain momentum with my blog posts.  Hence, with all due respect to my loyal readers, I am forgoing the bri ...[Read more]

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