Top 8 Project Management Software Tools
JiraPlanview PPM ProMicrosoft ProjectBroadcom Clarity PPMmonday.comOne2teamWorkfrontPlanview Projectplace
Jira is flexible and accessible for the end-user. It lets users track their requests. The look and feel are good for our purposes.
One of the most valuable features is querying because the jQuery function is very good. Additionally, we can create good designs very easily.
I've worked at many different companies, and the customer service and the support from Daptiv are unlike anything I've encountered before. They far excel any other company I've worked with. I always say to people that Daptiv is like a sub-department in your company. You don't realize they're a vendor. It feels like you're working with somebody who is part of your own company.
The ability to break down project phases is most valuable. Being able to align the tasks and reporting with project milestones and progress is also valuable.
The feature that I have found most valuable is the XFlow, that interface is pretty cool.
The interfaces for project management, portfolio management, and reporting services are always helpful.
It allows you to be granular, and send each step.
monday.com is easy to set up.
It makes it more fun to work with a modern designed and easy-to-use solution as a team and not add or analyze data alone. Internal, external, home office, remote work, desktop, mobile (available on iOS and Android), are always connected to One2Team.
Monitoring the progress of projects and tasks is very effective.
Projectplace has excellent collaboration features, including some nice kanban boards. We use DocuSign, and Planview just integrated it into Projectplace, so that was helpful. And I like the fact that it links to Enterprise One, the other Planview tool that we use to manage our capital portfolio.
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Question: What would be the best platform(s) for us to use for project management/time and budget tracking/invoicing
Hi, We are a consultancy and design business of 18 people and currently use Teamwork, Harvest and Harvest Forecast for our project/budget management, time tracking and invoicing but are researching as to whether there would be better options. We love Harvest but find Teamwork is not very user-friendly. monday.com and workflowmax look like possible alternatives. The main features of the platforms we currently use are: Teamwork project management - task lists Harvest creating and sending estimates to clients creating and sending invoices to clients time and expense tracking by project/task project budget management productivity of staff members (billable vs unbillable hours) invoicing integrates with Xero which is the accounting platform we use Harvest Forecast staff time scheduling by project What would you recommend?