A progress report addresses an associate, administration, or client about progress made on a project over a certain period. The project report is a record in detail of the progress of completion of a project. This report should include the results acquired so far, projects under work, and plans for future projects; it reports overall plans.
A project report must provide recipients a chance to discuss issues or hurdles in the project and connect scheduled work so that the project must be completed on time. A progress report must provide knowledge of the project in general. It must be project-centered. A project report gives an administrator the required information.
The progress report also states the difficulties encountered on the project. A progress report discusses the record of progress and facts and figures. The competency of the progress report plays a vital role in the future of the project.