Barbecana has announced the release and immediate availability of Full Monte 2017. Full Monte 2017 builds on Full Monte 2016 making it even easier for users to understand and explain the results of a schedule risk analysis.
Full Monte 2017 introduces a new risk path analysis feature which allows users to identify multiple potential critical paths and their importance to project completion or a selected milestone. The information can be depicted in a Gantt chart to clearly show how the various paths interact.
Recognizing that complex projects often have multiple inputs, Full Monte 2017 now allows uncertainty about dates of deliverables from external sources to be modeled.
Full Monte 2017 also includes a new Task Existence Probability which simplifies the modeling of risks associated with individual tasks. Other feature updates include:
- User defined filters and highlighting
- An option to ignore ‘hard’ constraint dates
- Performance improvements for even faster analysis
Existing Full Monte 2017 users who have a current maintenance agreement can upgrade free of charge. Customers who do not have a current maintenance agreement should contact the folks at Barbecana to renew and then can enjoy Full Monte 2017.
Full Monte 2017 is another solid release from the folks at Barbecana which adds some great new capabilities while including some nice under the hood performance improvements. Existing users will be eager to upgrade!
If you are new to Full Monte, you can download a free 30-day trial of Full Monte 2017 by clicking here.