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SME Extends Project Invision with Update

SME Corp., a provider of portfolio management products and services, announced the release of Project InVision 4.1.

Project InVision 4.1 allows organizations to control critical project information and standardize processes across the enterprise. This project portfolio management solution enables companies to make informed decisions regarding project prioritization and the deployment of resources enterprise-wide. The system creates a Web-based B2B project portal allowing geographically dispersed employees, vendors, contractors, and customers to collaborate on real-time projects.

 

New features include a spreadsheet view to facilitate top-down resource planning, hierarchy views, alerts, Web-based filtering, and time tracking approvals. Project InVision 4.1 is hosted on Microsoft IIS.

 

Contact SME, (415) 381-9639, www.smecorporation.com.

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