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brazil farnandis
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We have multiple project listings (from Sharepoint), spreadsheets and project plans that we are trying to combine into a master project plan. Realizing that SQL Server and data mapping might be required, does anyone have an idea how we can reduce the duplicity?

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simran lobo
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I would suggest you to convert all your project and programs into Microsoft project 2010 which gives you a new and easier way to manage projects. Project 2010, built on SharePoint 2010, offers flexibility and choice and helps organizations reduce cost and drive efficiency through unified project and portfolio management. Project 2010 provides simple and intuitive user experience, enhanced collaboration and reporting, scalable and connected Platform, etc.