Microsoft Project vs Monday.com
Last updated: February 04, 2020
Microsoft Project is a project management software program developed and sold by Microsoft which is designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analyzing workloads. The application creates critical path schedules, and critical chain and event chain methodology third-party add-ons are also available. Schedules can be resource leveled, and chains are visualized in a Gantt chart.
monday.com is an intuitive team management platform for effective teamwork. Teams use monday.com to plan, organize and track their work in one visual, collaborative space.
Microsoft Project vs Monday.com in our news:
2020 - Monday.com now lets companies build custom apps
Monday.com, announced version 2.0 of its flexible workflow platform, making it easier for customers to build custom apps on top of Monday. The new release includes over a hundred prebuilt automation recipes and code-free custom-automations along with more than 50 integrations with other apps, allowing project managers to build fairly sophisticated workflows without coding. It’s process management, portfolio management, project management, CRM management, hotel management, R&D management. Monday is offering a code-free environment to take these building blocks and build custom applications to meet the needs of any organization or team.
2019 - Microsoft Project becomes user-friendly
Microsoft Project is, of course, the most famous and legendary project management software, but it can be hardly called simple and user-friendly, especially in comparison with a most of new cloud services such as Asana, Basecamp, Trello or Wrike. Microsoft finally understood this, and made a massive redesign of the system. As you can see, the presentation video is focused on simplicity (like even a child can use it). Nevertheless, the developers also managed to implement several new features: kanban board, resource management, budget analysis, and time and expense tracking. In addition from now use Microsoft Project as a subscription service for $10 per month per user.
2019 - Workplace collaboration software Monday.com raised $150M
Monday.com, one of the faster growing workplace collaboration platforms has announced a $150 million round at $1.9B valuation — a whopping raise that points both to its success so far and the opportunity ahead for the wider collaboration space, specifically around better team communication and team management. It now has 80,000 organizations as customers, up from a mere 35,000 a year ago, with the number of actual employees within those organizations numbering as high as 4,000 employees, or as little as two, spanning some 200 industry verticals, including a fair number of companies that are non-technical in their nature (but that still rely on using software and computers to get their work done). The client list includes Carlsberg, Discovery Channel, Philips, Hulu and WeWork and a number of Fortune 500 companies.
2012 - Microsoft Project and SharePoint will join Office 365
Together with SharePoint 2013 (probably in early 2013) Microsoft will release its project management system Microsoft Project 2013. These two systems have become inseparable, because SharePoint is used as a collaboration layer under the administrative component of MS Project. With the new version, this integration will become even tighter. You'll be able to start a new project by creating a simple page with a task list and calendar in SharePoint, and only when you need more close control over the project you'll be able to turn on this project management in the MS Project. But of course, the main news about Project 2013 is appearance of the online version Project Online, that will be available in the Office 365 cloud. And, (like in case with new SharePoint Online), developers will be able to create their own add-ons and even sell them via Office marketplace.
Microsoft promises that Project Online will support all browsers. However, the online version will not have all the features of the desktop syster. In particular, there will be no new super reporting module, which is already admired by all MS Project fans.
2009 - Project 2010 to become a part of Sharepoint
Today at the MS Project Conference in Phoenix Microsoft previewed the next generation of its project management system MS Project 2010. And the new version is quite interesting. It's generally known, that the main lack of MS Project is that it's not suitable for collaboration. Common users never understood its interface, and it never provided collaborative tools. Microsoft fixed this problem in its own way. First, MS Project will work only on top of SharePoint 2010 Server and will be integrated in it. So users will be able to create a project site (with Gantt Chart and task list) and easily share it in Sharepoint. Second, Project 2010 will be connected to Exchange Server and all the project tasks will be available in Outlook, Outlook Web Access and Outlook Exchange for Mobile.
Besides, instead of rudimentary web-client Project Web Access there will be full-functional web-interface with ribbon menu (in Office 2007 style). Microsoft developers promise that it will be as easy-to-use as Word or Excel. They also boast of the new project view that can replace Gantt Chart in the future. It's called Timeline View (it's shown above the Gantt Chart on the screenshot).
The new version will also make happy software developers and financial managers. For developer teams Microsoft integrated Project 2010 with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (team development platform). And financial managers will love the inbuilt integration of Project 2010 and MS Dynamic AX.
The public beta of Project 2010 will be available closer to the end of the year. And the official release is planned for the first quarter of 2010 when the whole Office 2010 suite will appear.