Microsoft has announced new versions of its project management software, Microsoft Project 2002. Microsoft believes the new line-up will expand the software into the enterprise arena, offering project guides, access to resources across an organisation, better collaboration and detailed analysis and scalability with Microsoft SQL Server. The new software is already being used in-house by integrators such as Avanade Australia. The new family of products includes: Microsoft Project 2002 Standard, an updated version of Microsoft's core project management application for scheduling, planning and tracking; Microsoft Project 2002 Professional, a new application that also works with Microsoft Project Server 2002 to provide collaboration and enterprise-wide analysis and resource management capabilities; Microsoft Project Server 2002; and Microsoft Project 2002 Web Access. The Project 2002 family will be available this month. Estimated retail pricing will be $1,386 for Microsoft Project 2002 Standard version, $2,321 for Microsoft Project 2002 Professional version and $3,479 for Microsoft Project Server 2002 (includes five client access licences). The Project family is also available under licensing options.www.microsoft.com/project.