Category: Delay Analysis

  • New Videos for Delay Analyzer

    We’ve had a few new version releases of Delay Analyzer. Version 0.16 was big enough that we did a “what’s new” video for that release: We also made a video showing how you can use Delay Analyzer to quickly solve mysteries around how and why the finish date moved: Happy watching!

  • Cheat Sheet for Delay Analyzer

    Steelray Delay Analyzer has a number of mouse and keyboard shortcuts that can save you quite a bit of time. Even if you only use Delay Analyzer infrequently, it’s well worth the time it takes to learn these shortcuts. To make the process easier, we’ve developed a cheat sheet which you can download here.

  • Join Us at the PMCOS Annual Conference

    After such a long hiatus from in-person conferences, we are excited to be presenting and exhibiting at the 5th Annual International Conference, Scheduling and All That Jazz!, April 10 – 13, 2022. Brian Leach will be presenting on the challenges faced, obstacles encountered, and some of the remaining hurdles to be covered in Steelray’s quest for […]

  • Dawn of the 3D Gantt Chart

    My company has been in R&D mode for several years now, and one area of focus has been to try to reinvent and improve the Gantt Chart.  Gantt charts use the Y-axis to display the WBS and the X-axis to show the timeline.  The data date (or status date) is rendered as a vertical line […]

  • Steelray Delay Analyzer 0.14

    There’s a new version of our Delay Analyzer — version 0.14. You can read about it below, but we highly recommend you watch this 8-minute video which walks you through all of the new features. For those of you who don’t like watching videos (what?), here’s a summary of all of the changes: Grid pane […]

  • Two New Year’s Resolutions

    Today is January 2, the first workday where we get to practice our New Year’s resolutions.  Did you make any?  For Steelray, New Year’s resolutions take the form of annual objectives.  This year, we’ve made two big resolutions. First, we resolve that we’re going to do a much better job of communicating with you.  That […]