proimporter - proimporter Webcast april, 17th 2020




You use Oracle® Primavera P6 EPPM as project management system and have implemented a strict naming and structuring convention in your Oracle® Primavera P6 EPPM database?

Then visit our webcast on Friday, 17 April 2020 from 9 to 10 am!

You will get an insight into how you can maintain your database consistency even when importing data with our proimporter.

Maintaining database consistency is of upmost importance for insuring efficient, fast and structured work. However, when you import time schedules provided by partners, clients or sub-contractors with different database standards, the standard Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM import function leaves you with very long IDs and Codes, and global data objects you didn't even want to import.

We would like to show you how to load your projects into the proimporter, make adjustments to calendars, resources, UDFs and activity codes, as well as, for example, pull an automatic baseline of your project database or use the roll-back function.
For you, it means from now on: hours of manual work to keep the database correct and clean. But you can do it without manual work!

 

You tell us what problems you have during the import and we show you how you can solve them with proimporter.

 

Furthermore, get to know us better as proadvise GmbH and do not hesitate to ask us your questions!

 

Our next webcast will take place on April 17, 2020 between 9.00 am and 10.00 am. Please apply by filling in the contact form. If you already have individual questions that you would like us to answer in the webcast, please feel free to attach them. If you already have individual questions that you would like us to answer in the webcast, please feel free to attach them.

 

Stay up to date 

With our release announcements you will always know immediately which innovations the latest updates of the proimporter bring with them. You can also stay informed about our news on the proimporter homepage.  

 

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Secure, faster, easier – proimporter

You know the exchange of project schedules via XER or mpp files and the issues that this causes in Oracle Primavera P6? You do not want to import any corrupted, inconsistent or irrelevant data into your database? You want to avoid time-consuming clean-up actions after an import? With proadvise proimporter we offer you the solution for fast, precise and secure imports of XER and mpp files directly into your P6 database!

Application area

proimporter is versatile in various applications

Consortium partners

who exchange monthly schedule updates with customers and suppliers

Administrators

who migrate data between different databases

New P6 customers

moving their existing MS Project schedules to P6

Overall schedulers and project managers

who consolidate subproject plans from various business units in P6

Your Benefit

Increase in data quality

Increase in data quality

through inspection and individual selection of the data to be imported
Cost savings

Cost savings

by avoiding the necessary database cleanup due to corrupt data
Training expense savings

Training expense savings

through intuitive user interface
Straightforward collaboration

Straightforward collaboration

externally with partners, suppliers, and customers and internally between your P6 databases
Importing Baselines

Importing Baselines

Baselines that have been converted to projects in P6 can be imported as baselines to the target database
Trouble free migration

Trouble free migration

easy transfer of data during reorganization or tool rollout

proimporter Roadmap – Outlook on our functional expansions

 

  Function included in product
  Function in planning

1st quarter of 2020

Minor improvement measures
Q1 2020

2nd quarter of 2020

Compatibility of the proimporter with Oracle® Primavera P6 PPM
Q2 2020

3rd quarter of 2020

Proof of concept for transferring XER files to the Oracle® Primavera P6 EPPM cloud including performance tests
Q3 2020

4th quarter of 2020

Compatibility of the proimporter with the Oracle® Primavera P6 EPPM Cloud
Locking global elements during import as soon as a user works on them
Q4 2020