2014-03-31: Macroscope 5.2 Beta now available online.

2014-02-17: eLearning module on Risk Management now available to all registered members. Click here to start learning!

2013-12-20: Light deliverable templates now added to Macroscope Online - Project domain. Licensed members: click here for the list.

2013-10-31: Version 5.0.2 of the MethodHelp Office Add-in is now available.

2013-10-16: An exciting enhancement to the Support Material and Comments features has been implemented in Macroscope Online.

2013-07-23: You can now find a number of Macroscope presentations on Slideshare.

2013-06-07: A new version of the Results Chain Modeling tool is now available. Licensed Members: you may now download RCM 4.0.

2012-10-16: Macroscope 5.0.1 update pack is available to Licensed Members. You may now access the download page.

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