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Robert Mellalieu
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Does anyone know of a governing body that has done a recent analysis on Risk Software? My planning tool is P3e and its recommended Primavera risk tools are Pertmaster and Risk Decisions Predict. Has anyone compared both products?

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Philip Rawlings
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Osama
Could you re-post in English please (or at least Roman script).
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Robert Mellalieu
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Thankyou. I already have Predict and Pertmaster loaded, I was just trying to confirm my doubts.
More to follow when I finish my evaluation.
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If you want to experience Pertmaster, a demo is available for download from their web site
Philip Rawlings
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These products are completely different. Pertmaster is a full planning system with risk included - it reads P3/P3e files to create a risk plan. Predict is a spreadsheet, so it reads P3 and creates a plan in an Excel-like format (so it cannot do any resource levelling). I have not seen any direct comparisons but the premises are so different one would be difficult. See PMT reviews for more info (I have written 2 on Pertmaster).