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Project Lite available on May 1

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Ready for a test-drive?  Connect with a Project and Portfolio Management partner to schedule a customized trial or proof of concept* of Project Online + Project Lite today!

We’re excited to announce the scheduled availability of Microsoft Project Lite on May 1, 2014. Project Lite is a brand new cloud offering that enables project team members to edit and submit timesheets, collaborate on project related documents, update tasks, log issues and much more – all at a price point of $7 per user/month. Project Lite can help your organization govern and measure progress across many more projects and initiatives effectively. Note that Project Lite can only be used in the context of projects that are managed with Microsoft Project Online.

Now you can bring the whole flock onto Project Online with Project Lite!

Project Lite Features

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Be sure to connect with a Project and Portfolio Management partner if you are interested in a test-drive of Project Online with Project Lite!

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