I am using Comidor's Project Management tools and I am very satisfied with its tools and performance. It has all I need to manage, organize and schedule my projects plus all the benefits of cloud and online applications. More information about Comidor and its tools at https://www.comidor.com/en/features/project-management
Basically A Project Management Software gives you the power to simplify task management. It’s basically a team management system with which you can manage the work of your staff at one place. I Suggest you a well known Online Project management Software named Bizixx,try this once or visit http://www.bizixx.com/ for more details about this PM Software.
Basecamp if you have the money for it. Redmine is a great alternative ( open source ) so allows for a LOT of customization if needed. http://www.redmine.org/
Well guys, for me NONE of the softwares listed were of any benefit to me and my company what so ever, thats not to say they are not good, they just didn't work for me.! Im involved in construction, I needed a solution that allowed my different team members access to the parts of a project that were relevant to them, indeed a document repository, a way of calculating estimates, sending client docs and hold images of projects and placing orders, I found all similar existing systems expensive and difficult for many of my team to use, after all many were trades people with few computer literacy skills, so I developed my own, Im not going to spruke it, so if anyones interested in becoming an early adopter they can message me, but to answer the question, it really depends on what you want to manage, I've used 3 -4 of the ones listed they were good but didn't work for me, I've used microsoft project, an industry standard, but its cumbersome, heavy is a predictive project modelling, where as I wanted a reporting style Gantt chart management system.I needed something that would manage my projects end to end.
I would like to suggest proofhub for online project management. Super simple, intuitive, effective and features rich. Highly Recommended!
A team I work with is creating some free suite of online tools- If you want to check out please do so. It will be like nothing you have ever seen- Here is the video the co-founder and friend created last week when we did a reveal of this awesome system. https://vimeo.com/57181828 - it is about 45 min long but i am sure in the first 15 min you will want to stick around and listen to more. If you like what you see- please pre-register- you will get to be one of the few people that will be able to use and test before it is public. You can go here at http://www.smashsolutions101.com and review a little about it- go to features then pre-register- make sure if you pre-register that you get an email and also let me know as some are not getting registered properly in the last few weeks but should be now. Thanks- Hope it helps you and others here.
The best free options are http://www.zoho.com/projects/- the best Paid tool is http://basecamp.com/
Basecamp is the best for web designers and developers to share task lists and resources.
Podio is used by many, but I find it lacks in simplicity and usability.
I'd like to add Workflowy as a place you can keep your own to-do lists, and share them (all or parts thereof) with others. On simpler projects, that's what I opt for.
We're an internet development company - and therefore have technical requirements for our developers - but we use the suite of products from Atlassian pretty heavily. We also have a Basecamp account and have tried others, but it's sort of a pain when you're storing information redundantly.
In Atlassian's Jira product you can create and track tasks and issues. You can tie the issues to your Wiki. If you're a tech company, you can actually tie the issues to your codebase, and about a million other things. We only use a fraction of what it can do.
I don't work for Atalassion - just a customer - but I'm sort of transitioning away from Basecamp. I like Basecamp's simplicity, but also a bit disappointed they have not continued to extend the product more rapidly considering the money they charge for it.
If you want something reasonably functional but not too over the top then Zoho Projects is a great tool... btw so is their Salesforce clone which is FREE!
Teamwork Project Manager is an easy-to-use online teamwork & project management software application that helps managers, staff and clients work together more productively online.
I've been impressed with Assembla. I like its integration with git, and its simple agile planning model.
I used them all and found Producteev the simplest and easiest to use. They also have user friendly apps for iPhone and Android
Hi Dennis. We use Zoho Projects for our project management and find it very useful. As a matter of fact, we use a lot of Zoho products, which all communicate with one another.
1. Zoho CRM for managing leads and contacts
What is great about the CRM is it is very customizable. It allows us to modify our dashboard and how we get around.
2. Zoho Invoicing
Zoho invoicing is really straight forward and great for easily creating estimates and invoices. Created invoices are payable online
3. Zoho Projects
Zoho projects is what I work with mainly in the company. It is VERY simple to create tasks and milestones and communicate with the team. Clients also have access and can communicate directly to us through the system. The biggest thing for us is keeping comms OUT OF email.
Check it out - hope it helps.
A lot of interesting answers you got here. From what I understand ... the solutions I offer are the best ones, being cost effective, simple and intuitive to use, and come with additional tools included.
Let's face it ... $50/month for unlimited projects, unlimited users and 20 Gb of data, + free CRM and invoicing tools ... Who can beat that ? Add $5/month and you have a custom domain, custom emails ...
Whoever is interested should leave me a message.
Non-profits get the same package for $25/month + $5/month for domain.
I (personally) use Podio most frequently, though for our team we use Basecamp. I think I can owe my Podio use to my engineering background.
The PM solution is integrated into a suite that interfaces via an Open DNA buss to their CRM and Billing platforms.
The PM solution uses a combination of project management and workflow management for tracking. It has all the other cool stuff like user management control, restrictive access, management reports etc etc
Their contact details are on the site and they will host the solution if you are looking for a cloud based environment.
We took the full solution, installed and commissioned in our own datacentre.
I work for GetApp, the #1 apps directory for small businesses. We help freelancers and small business owners discover and compare business apps. Therefore, allow me to answer this question. I thought you might be interested in having a look at this infgraphic: http://www.getapp.com/infographics/top-online-project-management-software It compares the most important project management tools. The infographic is also clickable, feel free to digg deeper into the apps you are interested in ;-)