Project management software – Essential Guide
aronsh1 – 12 Jun 2015 8:33 AM
This is by far the most easiest-to-grasp articles on finding a good solution for managing projects! Thanks Arif. I am currently looking at implementing a solution for our company and your article helps me refocus on all right aspects. I started out with almost half-a-dozen of software and zeroed in on my final 2, Clarizen (www.clarizen.com) and Celoxis (www.celoxis.com). Next week I am going to involve me team to arrive at a final decision. Both these tools are exceptionally good at solving a lot of problems we currently face – Resource Utilization, Time tracking, Budget Tracking.
Do you have any opinions on these tools?
Veretax – 15 Jun 2015 9:53 PM
I think with the advent of more agile teams, that the need for technical software for this problem has diminished some. Sure there are the SCRUM boards, and the bug trackers, and the tools that integrate them into a dashboard, but I’m not sure you always need a high test tool to be effective at project management.
dsamper – 31 Jul 2015 6:48 PM
Hi Aron, I know you mentioned you’ve already done your due diligence with a number of tools. We’re new to the game but if you need to coordinate efforts with vendors or clients, no other platform out there offers the kind of engagement that http://bCommunities.com does. It is the first to offer ecosystem-level control were each party accesses the magagement app from their own account securely.
You can get a free account for starters.
arijitcn – 7 Aug 2015 9:52 AM
I have a software company and work on different projects and different items everyday. After using few project management tools we moved to SPM Live (https://www.spmlive.com). It is a smart and simple tool. I loved the Projects page and Time Line. Very clear and straight forward. Price of the software is also very reasonable.
VeronicaTandon – 21 Aug 2015 1:51 AM
Project Management is itself a lengthy task to complete.So using proper tools is a neccessary thing. Some of the important features which are required in a good project management tool are :-
Some of the most valuable features which are required by any time
1. Projects can be added from anytime anywhere. The account can be logged from from any device for project status and updates.
2. Projects can be easily assigned to staff members. Feedback and motivation can be given, for better project performance.
3. Staff members can log hours for specific projects. The hours logged can be viewed and analysed to ensure project guidelines are followed.