FastTrack Schedule 10 gets project tracking tools
AEC Software doesn’t just toss around updates for its FastTrack Schedule project management software like Google tosses out betas. FastTrack Schedule 10 landed in April, and nearly eight months later, AEC is back with 10.0.1 and more than 30 feature improvements.
Le ading this update is compatibility with Microsoft Project 2010. Project managers who are making the switch can simply open their Project files in FastTrack and get on with work.
Other additions in FastTrack Schedule 10.0.1 include support for history timeline ranges, better progress tracking, and a round of improved resource-management and task-editing tools.
This update is free to current owners of FastTrack Schedule 10, which requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later. A free trial is available, and single user licenses start at $349. A five pack of licenses is $2995.
- Expert-level control over projects
- Easy adjustments
- Great templates
- Lacks some group manager options
- A few consumer-ish features