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CS Odessa releases ConceptDraw Project 3.3

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Thu May 17, 2007

ConceptDraw Project 3.3

CS Odessa has released ConceptDraw Project 3.3, an update to the project management software that offers enhanced printing capabilities and focuses on preparation of proper project documentation as well as enhanced usability. ConceptDraw Project is designed to aid users in tracking any number of projects at once, especially when difference focuses need to share common resources. The update features new redesigned project reports, as well as the ability to set fonts to the entire view. Minor usability improvements include tooltips on Tasks, modified group popup menus, and the ability to quickly add resources via an Assign Resources dialog. The software is priced at $200 for a single-user license, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Upgrades are avialable for owners of earlier versions for $100.

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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ConceptDraw f***

    Attention / Important I have purchased ConceptDraw V Standard from the Internet for USD149.00 in November 2004. I was quite happy with the software until my Mac crashed two weeks ago and with it I have lost all the software. Now since over one week I try to get in contact with the ConceptDraw company to get a copy of the software but nobody is interested to answer…what about after sales service, or the “famous” customer service = customer is everything….yeah right, sorry to say, but I slowly going in the direction of supporting pirate software…why should I pay a lot and nobody takes care…right? With the pirate software I would pay less and get as well less-no support. My recommendation is, when you don’t need support ever you might be ok with ConceptDraw otherwise get an other one and even a better one cheaper. 22th May 2007 Rene Forster

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ConseptDraw good service!

    You used the software from ConceptDraw since 11/2004 and have been happy with it until your mac crashed... I do not see your point. I would feel greatly honered using a stable and useful software for that long.

    And the missing help: Sorry, but I have seen such a helpful response to your insulting note in the ConceptDraw Community. I have not seen a 2004 customer treated with such an appropriate professionality in my whole life.

    Think twice before behaving irresponsible again! Gerhard Trimpin

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