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Old 05-01-2012, 03:16 PM
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Question software for repeat projects

Hi All,

I am looking for at minimum searchable language around repeat projects, but preferably a suggested software.

My criteria (example) for repeat projects:
Let's take Boeing since my projects are more field specific. Boeing has to build airplanes over and over again. They have a list of steps that could be done. Some will be done 100% of the time, others are only used on some planes, but they have the maximum list to create combinations from.

Is there a software that allows projects to be created and compared for situations like this? I work in a company that has at least 4 situations like this were each situation contains hundreds of projects, but I can't find software talking about addressing this sort of situation. Most softwares mention repeat tasks, but in the same project, not across projects. Any direction, insight, etc would be awesome.

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