Understanding Task Dependencies
in real business situations, a project consists of a collection of
tasks, with people scattered across locations responsible for each.
Furthermore, these tasks have elaborate inter dependencies. Some tasks
can start only after others have finished, others can be performed only
concurrently and so on. For example, in a construction project, the
architectural design needs to be completed before the construction
HyperOffice lets you handle these more sophisticated
project management needs easily with task dependencies. You can create
complex inter relationships amongst two or more tasks with just a few
clicks. Since everyone is able to perform their tasks only as the
project flow permits, there is no chance of project confusion and
everyone working at cross purposes.