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Tool to make projects case study?

Can anyone let me know a good online tool to make case studies for the projects my startup has done.
A sample case study would have project name,description,problem solved,challenges,technologies used and team.

TIA

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Martin Omansky
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Martin Omansky Entrepreneur
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Structure of Scientific American Magazine articles would provide a good start. Sent from my iPhone
Akhil Pillai
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Akhil Pillai Entrepreneur
Co-Founder at Neovibe Innovative Technologies Pvt Ltd
I searched online, but could not find any articles related to what you said. ANy reference docs?
Thanks
Martin Omansky
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Martin Omansky Entrepreneur
Independent Venture Capital & Private Equity Professional
I understand. It is the structure of virtually all articles that is the model, not any specific article. Here is rough structure: (1) Abstract; (2) Statement of the Problem; (3) current State of the Art; (4) proposed or actual solution; (5) research and data structure; (6) analysis; (7) comparative advantages, shortcomings, and needed further research; (8) conclusions. Good luck. Sent from my iPhone
Paul McCarthy
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Paul McCarthy Entrepreneur
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Hi Akhil, I like MS Project. It is easy you manipulate and has all of the items that you described. The only problem is that you can't send it to anyone that doesn't have the same program. Unless you screenshot it. Hope that helps. Paul
Fernando Cariello
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International Markets Strategist
I use on my cases studies the following structure:
1. Initiatives/Outcomes - this is what was done and is part of the put what matters first. I don't like to create mystery on case studies
2. Scenario description.: tell astory of what is happening, in a way that the reader can identifyand relate
3. The Problem: Describe the what is wrong, or can be improved, or even is just not in sync with what the client wanted
4. The Solution: Describe the steps you took to assess the situation, proposed measures / remedies applied.
5. Outcome: described measurable impacts, preferably with hard numbers
6. Quote: get a quotefrom your client, with name and title
7. Contact request: give your name and contact for further information
NOTE: Whenever possible give credits to the team that was part of the case described with names and titles. And always ask for permission and approval when posting cases.
Oleksandr Andriyanov
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American Programming Company at CEO
Case study is a structured information about particular case.
Therefore many responses will provide you with the structure of this text.
Normally Microsoft Office tools are used to create the source. Someone can recommend Project, I know some people who are using PowerPoint or Word for this.

I prefer MindMap app for this - just because it is most apt for me.

Regarding Online tools, in fact, I can suggest Google Docs, Confluence, Online MindMap software or any kind of online CMS/DMS system.
Jennifer Ernst
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Jennifer Ernst Entrepreneur • Advisor
Marketing | Business Development for early-stage, high-growth tech
Anil, I assume you are asking for tools for publishable marketing case studies. Professional looking Case Studies (for marketing purposes) are generally done in Adobe InDesign, Apple Pages, . Microsoft Wordcan be whipped into submission for this purpose using tables and some layout. The first two have, I think, online templates. MS likely does too. I've used HTML pages from "print-friendly" web versions, as well. Good- they are native online. Bad- they do 't look nearly as nice. Send me a note of you want more suggestions.
Jennifer Ernst
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Jennifer Ernst Entrepreneur • Advisor
Marketing | Business Development for early-stage, high-growth tech
Sorry, Akhil, Apple spellchecked your name...
Sasha Kinch
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Sasha Kinch Entrepreneur
Native and Digital Solutions Executive at Independent News & Media
Once you know what your case study says, a very useful tool for showcasing your case study ishttps://www.emaze.com/ - a very stylish presentation software I use when I am training or doing presentations to prospective clients.
Akhil Pillai
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Akhil Pillai Entrepreneur
Co-Founder at Neovibe Innovative Technologies Pvt Ltd
Hi Martin, Thanks for the info, i wanted to create some case studies for multiple projects that i have done, so i am looking for a template model tool online.
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