Which Project Management Software would you recommend to assist PMs in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analyzing workloads, other than MS Projects or SharePoint?
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There is a very good comparison online for all Project Management Softwares based on the following fields:
- Collaborative software
- Issue tracking system
- Project Portfolio Management
- Resource Management
- Document Management
- Web-based, and
Our host, Joel on Software, sells FogBugz which I have used for that purpose. It can track tasks, not just bugs.
First one is quite good, includes PM and simple CRM in one place. Now they are a part of SalesForce, but anyway it is worth to try Second one is pretty simple, comfy and FREE! Allows to add task in a second, have discussions, file storage, time tracking, invoicing. We love it for its simplicity!
I would recommend you Jira + Greenhopper plugging http://www.atlassian.com/software/greenhopper . You can create tasks, subtasks, estimations ...etc. Also, it has a section when you can create graphs an reports of any kind.