Primavera is an enterprise project portfolio management software. It includes project management, product management, collaboration and control capabilities and integrates with other enterprise software such as Oracle and SAP’s ERP systems. Primavera was launched in 1983 by Primavera Systems Inc. and was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008.


  1. Calendars- defining
  2. Activities - definition, sequencing & estimating duration
  3. Effectively using the four types of PDM relationship
  4. Scheduling the project
  5. Monitoring & project controlling
  6. Defining constraints & overcoming conflicts
  7. Defining & assigning activity codes
  8. Defining & assigning WBS codes
  9. How to organise the activities by using activity codes & WBS codes
  10. Reorganizing activities
  11. Filtering activities
  12. Defining project codes
  13. Preparing resource information
  14. How to apply resource to each activity
  15. Estimating the cost of the project
  16. How to analyse the resource by using resource profile and resource table
  17. How to do resource levelling & resource smoothing using crashing, stretching & splitting
  18. Scheduling multiple projects & preparing a master project
  19. Update a master project comparing the actual progress with the baseline
  20. Earned value management
  21. Preparing different types of reports
  22. How to prepare 'S’ curve
  23. Highlighting the progress in the bar chart
  24. Application of global change
  25. Project

Duration: 40 hours