8.4
Editor’s Rating:
Best Overall
Trello: Dashboard
Trello
  • An email notification is sent for every update, a comment made, and a task removed.
  • Offers a free option to individuals and small teams.
  • Drag-and-drop functionality make it easy to learn and use efficiently
8.8
Editor’s Rating:
Best for Remote and Hybrid Teams
Asana: Asana Team Overview
Asana
  • Scalable for teams of all sizes
  • Integrates with over 200 apps like Dropbox, Slack, Jira, and Zoom
  • Can download onto iOS and Android
8.7
Editor’s Rating:
Best for Construction
Procore: Revision
Procore
  • Automates emails, document sharing, and photo archiving
  • Customizable reporting
  • Integration with AutoCAD and Revit

Project management software helps teams plan, organize, track, and collaborate on projects by enabling features like task management, resource allocation, scheduling, file sharing, communication tools, reporting, and data visualization. We used our review methodology to review and rank our favorites.

1 Trello - Best Overall

Why We Chose It: We chose Trello as our top overall pick due to its customization features, templates, and cost-effective pricing. Trello offers custom boards, lists, and cards tailored to a company’s specific project needs, making it suitable for various team sizes and industries. We rated this software an 8.7 because it also provides a wide range of pre-built templates for different project types, saving both effort and time in setting up boards. Its automation capabilities through unlimited power-ups and integrations help increase productivity and streamline workflows.

We also like that Trello is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. Its simple design makes it easy for teams of all sizes to adopt and learn quickly, minimizing the steep learning curve of many other software. Teams can use its multiple features, such as comments, attachments, due dates, and assignments, to enable effective teamwork.

Trello offers a generous free plan for teams with essential project management features, making it a cost-effective solution for small teams. Paid plans are also reasonably priced for larger teams, starting at $5/month/user billed annually. However, one downfall we found with Trello is that it only provides a Kanban board view, while other project management tools offer additional ones like Gantt charts or calendars.

Best Overall:
Trello

Trello: Dashboard
Trello: Card Back
Trello: Custom Fields
Trello: Calendar View
What We Like
An email notification is sent for every update, a comment made, and a task removed.
Offers a free option to individuals and small teams.
Drag-and-drop functionality make it easy to learn and use efficiently
What We Don’t Like
It only provides a Kanban board view.
It lacks an in-app chat.
Lacks a native time-tracking module
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: Free
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

2 Asana - Best for Remote and Hybrid Teams

Why We Chose It: We found Asana best for remote and hybrid teams because of its strong centralized collaborative platform and visual interface. This software allows team members to share files, leave comments, and update project progress regardless of location. Asana’s visual interface has features like project timelines, task dependencies, and Kanban boards to help remote teams see their task timelines and project workflows clearly.

We gave Asana a score of 8.3 for its integration capabilities with various apps and tools such as Google Drive, Slack, and Dropbox. This integration promotes seamless collaboration and document sharing between team members. Asana also provides a mobile app, making it easy for team members to view messages and update tasks while on the go.

However, one drawback we discovered with Asana is that it lacks time-tracking features on a basic plan, making it difficult to monitor productivity. However, the Advanced plan has built-in time tracking for $24.99 per user per month, billed annually.

Best for Remote and Hybrid Teams:
Asana

Asana: Asana Team Overview
Asana: Asana New Project
Asana: Asana Calendar View
What We Like
Scalable for teams of all sizes
Integrates with over 200 apps like Dropbox, Slack, Jira, and Zoom
Can download onto iOS and Android
What We Don’t Like
Can’t assign multiple users to one task
Only offers chats or submit boxes to reach customer support
Has time-tracking features in the Advanced plan only
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $10.99/user/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

3 Procore - Best for Construction

Why We Chose It: We chose Procore as one of our top picks with an 8.7 score because of its industry-specific features, which cater to construction businesses. Procore is designed specifically as a construction management platform, covering an entire project lifecycle from preconstruction to closeout.

We like that Procore offers project management tools tailored for construction, such as RFI submittal tracking, document management, daily logs, and scheduling capabilities like Gantt charts. These tools help increase visibility and ensure that projects stay on task. Procore also has a quality & safety module that helps contractors protect workers, monitor safety protocols, and track issues on construction sites.

This software also offers an open API and app marketplace with over 500 integrations, so firms can connect Procore with any other tools they use, such as CRM, BIM tools, and estimation applications like ProEst. The one drawback of Procore is that some reviewers mentioned a steep learning curve for the software.

Best for Construction:
Procore

Procore: Revision
Procore: Project Overview
Procore: Contract Summaries
What We Like
Automates emails, document sharing, and photo archiving
Customizable reporting
Integration with AutoCAD and Revit
What We Don’t Like
Custom pricing model means limited price data available.
Learning curve for new users means training is required
Overview
Price Range: $$$
Starting Price: $375/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

4 Smartsheet - Best for Healthcare Organizations

Why We Chose It: Due to its secure management, customizable platform, and integration capabilities, Smartsheet is a suitable project management tool for healthcare organizations. We like that Smartsheet meets healthcare industry standards like HIPAA, GxP, and GDPR. This ensures that healthcare professionals can securely access and share PHI while ensuring compliance and data governance.

The software also provides pre-built templates for healthcare professionals, such as health screening, PPE inventory tracking, and safety management. Smartsheet can integrate with many healthcare systems, such as Veeva, Epic, and Microsoft 365. However, one drawback we found is that Smartsheet’s messaging functionality imposes character, column, and cell limits on automated workflow alerts and requests., This could be a potential issue for teams dealing with large amounts of data or lengthy messages.

Best for Healthcare Organizations:
Smartsheet

Smartsheet: Tasks
Smartsheet: Dashboard
What We Like
Configure, adapt, and improve work processes
Individual, Standard, and Enterprise packages available
Real-time visibility
What We Don’t Like
Client based pricing
No bulk invoice creation
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $7/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

5 Jira - Best for IT Teams

Why We Chose It: We picked Jira due to its comprehensive issue, task tracking, and project management capabilities. Jira was originally designed for agile software development teams, making it well-suited for IT projects. The software has features like sprint planning, backlog management, Scrum boards, and agile reporting. Its features also offer visibility into team workloads, project progress, and potential bottlenecks.

Jira excels at tracking issues, tasks, bugs, and requirements, which are crucial for IT projects and operations. It also integrates with many tools, such as version control systems like Git and communication tools like Slack or Zoom.

Since Jira has an extensive set of features and customization options, familiarizing yourself with the platform may involve a steep learning curve. Jira also has no built-in timeline view to track overall project progress, making users rely on third-party apps.

Best for IT Teams:
Jira

Jira: Jira Project Overview
Jira: Jira Add Workflow
Jira: Jira Activity Stream
What We Like
Teams can customize workflows, fields, and processes to align with their specific methodologies
Has drag-and-drop functionalities
Provides tools like Scrum and Kanban boards, sprint planning, and backlog management
What We Don’t Like
May involve a steep learning curve
Has no built-in timeline view
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $7/user/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

6 ClickUp - Best Free Option

Why We Chose It: ClickUp is a great project management software option for start-ups or smaller teams that want to test a system risk-free. The software offers a forever-free plan for unlimited users and provides 11 different task views, such as boards, calendars, and Gantt charts.

We like that ClickUp is an all-in-one platform for teams, combining features for team collaboration, scheduling, project planning, and task management. This eliminates the need for multiple tools and makes teams work more efficiently by having everything in one centralized location. ClickUp also offers strong communication tools like mentions, file sharing, comments, and a built-in chat view.

However, one drawback we discovered with ClickUp is that although it offers time-tracking capabilities, they are limited due to basic analytics, a complex interface, and mobile app challenges. Some users integrate ClickUp with additional tools like Everhour to access advanced features like invoicing and project budgeting.

Best Free Option:
ClickUp

ClickUp: Time Tracking
ClickUp: Board View
ClickUp: Bugs
What We Like
Extensive task management tools
Base version is forever free
What We Don’t Like
Limited mobile functionality
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $7/user/month
Client OS: Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

7 Microsoft Project - Best for Large Teams

Why We Chose It: Microsoft Project is one of our top picks because of its integration features and scalability for large teams. The software is designed to handle various project sizes and complexities, making it suitable for larger teams working on extensive projects. Microsoft Projects can accommodate over 1,000 tasks and hundreds of team members within a single project.

We also like that Mircosoft Project integrates seamlessly with other Microsoft applications such as Teams, Planner, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint. This way, team members can share files, participate in meetings, and communicate with each other in the same ecosystem. The software also provides multiple views such as Gantt charts, Kanban boards, and grid views, allowing members to present their project information in a way that best suits them. One drawback of Microsoft Project is that it can be expensive due to its licensing costs and subscription-based pricing model.

Best for Large Teams:
Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project: Working Time
Microsoft Project: Reporting Tool
Microsoft Project: Gantt Chart
What We Like
Integrates with other Microsoft products like Teams, SharePoint, and Office 365
Excel-like interface
What We Don’t Like
Few integrations outside Microsoft
Can be expensive for small teams
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $7/user/month
Client OS: Windows, Web
Deployment: Cloud or On-Premises

8 Wrike - Best for Professional Service Teams

Why We Chose It: We included Wrike because of its comprehensive feature set tailored to professional services such as consulting firms, advertising agencies, and legal services. Wrike provides built-in tracking features that allow professional service teams to monitor budgets and accurately track billable hours spent on their client’s projects. The software also integrates with QuickBooks to sync for billing and invoicing purposes.

We also like that Wrike offers real-time reporting and analytic capabilities through custom dashboards users can create with widgets. These widgets include ‘my tasks’, overdue tasks, calendars, pending file reviews, and an activity stream. This software also provides capabilities like drag-and-drop resource allocation, workload balancing, and capacity planning. These allow firms to organize and optimize their resources to take on more clients.

However, we don’t believe Wrike is the best option for small teams. While Wrike offers a free plan, its features are limited, and the higher-priced premium plans may be costly for teams with limited budgets. The Team plan starts at $9.80 per user per month, however, the more popular plans like Business start at $24.80 per user per month.

Best for Professional Service Teams:
Wrike

Wrike: Creating a New Workspace
Wrike: Creating a New Project
Wrike: Dashboard
Wrike: Create Gantt Charts
Wrike: Team Dashboard
Wrike: New Project Details
Wrike: Marketing Tools
Wrike: Generate Milestones
Wrike: Create Project Widgets
Wrike: Project Planning
Wrike: Project Dashboard
What We Like
Integrates with 400+ apps, including Miro, Jotform, Teams, Google Drive, and SAML
Offers a free option to individuals and small teams
Provides various dashboard views like Gantt charts, Kanban boards, and calendars
What We Don’t Like
Advanced features mainly in the Enterprise plan
Can be expensive in comparison to other project management tools like Trello and Monday.com
Offers so many tools that it can appear a bit chaotic
Overview
Price Range: $$
Starting Price: $9.80/user/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

9 Monday.com - Best for Small Companies with Multiple Teams

Why We Chose It: Due to its customizable platform and collaboration tools, we found Monday.com to be a suitable choice for small companies with multiple teams. Monday.com provides a customizable platform with over 200 templates. These templates allow teams to create custom workflows, views, and dashboards personalized to their needs. Using the numerous widgets Monday.com offers, teams can use timeline and calendar widgets for schedules, number widgets for KPIs and map widgets for location-based data. This software also offers strong communication tools like file sharing, comments, real-time updates, and integrations with apps like Microsoft Teams, facilitating seamless teamwork and alignment across numerous teams.

We also like that Monday.com provides automation capabilities to help smaller businesses streamline workflows and reduce manual tasks. These automation tools and integrations can improve productivity among every team within the organization. Monday.com offers a forever-free plan for up to two seats. However, some smaller, start-up companies might find the basic price a bit expensive, starting at $9 per seat per month.

Best for Small Companies with Multiple Teams:
Monday.com

Monday.com: High Level Overview
Monday.com: Planning
Monday.com: Team Weekly Tasks
What We Like
Free for up to 2 seats (Individual)
Integrates with Google Workspace and Slack
Multiple views (Calendar, chart, files, Kanban, map, and timeline)
What We Don’t Like
Pricing based on team size rather than per user
Time tracking only available in Pro plan
Free plan not viable for growing companies
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $9/user/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

10 Zoho Projects - Best for Educational Facilities

Why We Chose It: We believe Zoho Projects is best suited for educational facilities due to its University Outreach Program and collaboration tools. The University Outreach Program gives free access to the Enterprise edition of Zoho Projects for educational institutions. This program aims to empower professors and their students with practical experience in using a project management tool, preparing them for real-world business settings.

This software provides features like file sharing, real-time updates, and integrations with Zoho Cliq that can enhance collaboration and communication. We also like that Zoho Projects offers various reporting capabilities, such as task, issue, and timesheet reports. These features can give educational institutions insights into project progress and performance metrics, enabling data-driven decision-making.

However, one drawback we found with Zoho Projects is that it does not mention integrating with grading software.

Best for Educational Facilities:
Zoho Projects

Zoho Projects: Tasks
Zoho Projects: Kanban
Zoho Projects: Timesheets
Zoho Projects: Gantt Chart
Zoho Projects: Mobile Tasks
What We Like
Free trial and version available
Issue tracking and workflow
User-friendly task management
What We Don’t Like
Works best with other Zoho products
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $4/user/month
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

11 Miro - Best for Sales Teams

Why We Chose It: We found Miro to be a top choice for sales teams because it offers visual brainstorming, collaboration, and client engagement. Miro provides a visual workspace for team members with digital whiteboards and sticky notes that can help map out sales strategies and develop customer proposals in real time.

Sales teams can also leverage Miro to create account maps, visualize customer journeys, and prepare interactive client presentations. The software also enables teams to conduct online workshops and facilitate hands-on sessions with their clients. Guests can actively participate, ask questions, and comment during these sessions, enhancing collaboration and allowing sales members to address their concerns more effectively.

We also like that Miro integrates with various applications and tools sales teams commonly use like Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Solve, Slack, Asana, and Jira. However, Miro has some limitations and may require sales teams to use additional software tools to cover their entire workflow. This could lead to scattered information and constant switching between platforms.

Best for Sales Teams:
Miro

Miro: Miro Customizable Templates
Miro: Miro Customer Journey Map
What We Like
Interactive digital whiteboards
Integrates with Asana, Jira, Google Calendar
What We Don’t Like
No way to save custom templates
Limited job functions and roles
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: Free

12 BigTime - Best Project and Time-Tracking Capabilites

Why We Chose It: We included BigTime because of its comprehensive time and project-tracking capabilities. BigTime allows companies to centralize their project data, and set up budgets, schedules, and scopes to provide full visibility into a project’s progress. This ensures better control over project deadlines, budgets, and profitability.

We like that BigTime has strong time-tracking tools. Employees can easily log expenses and hours against client projects, enabling accurate billing and cost management. This PSA tool integrates with popular accounting software like QuickBooks, enabling easy transfer of billable data.

BigTime also has timesheet restrictions, audit trail protections, and DCAA compliance, making it suitable for government contractors and projects. One weakness we discovered with BigTime is that new users find the software difficult to navigate, which could present a bit of a learning curve to new users.

Best Project and Time-Tracking Capabilities:
BigTime

BigTime: Resource Allocation
BigTime: Timesheet
BigTime: Report Center
BigTime: Invoicing
BigTime: Expenses
BigTime: Dashboard
BigTime: DCAA
What We Like
Integration tools for time management, accounting, reporting, and project billables
Multiple pausable time trackers
User-friendly interface
What We Don’t Like
More complex accounting features require higher priced plans
Overview
Price Range: $$
Starting Price: $20/user/month
Client OS: Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Web
Deployment: Cloud or On-Premises

What is Project Management Software?

Project management software is a digital tool that helps managers organize, plan, and oversee projects from start to finish. This software provides features like task assignment and tracking, resource allocation, scheduling, reporting, and collaborative document sharing.

Also known as PM software, these solutions help project managers across every industry, from software development to construction, to increase customer satisfaction through decreased project cycle times and better deadline projection accuracy.

Key Features

  • Project Planning and Scheduling: Design policies and methods to achieve project lifecycle objectives. Assign tasks to complete projects by allocating resources within a set timeframe shown in a custom calendar view.
  • Progress Tracking: Quickly identify where a project is relative to scheduled completion. Task completion dashboards display a percentage to completion, as well as provide filtering capabilities to identify what work remains.
  • Team Collaboration: Allow two or more users to collaborate on the same project, seeing updates and edits to files in real-time. Coordinate between tasks and subtasks.
  • Time Tracking: Track hours spent on individual tasks and the project as a whole with custom timesheets. Monitor billable versus non-billable hours for improved budgeting.
  • Reporting: Create summary overviews of the current status of a project viewable by the entire team or select members. Custom reports cover status, risk, variance, and boards like Gantt and PERT charts. Budgeting: Estimate the total cost of a project, accounting for labor, material procurement, and operating costs.
  • Billing and Invoicing: Prepare and send out client invoices, maintain cash flow, and measure project profitability through planning, execution, and analysis.
  • Resource Allocation: View resource (labor and equipment) availability. Connect with your scheduling functionality and mirror labor scheduling in terms of the usage of resource registers and availability schedules.
  • Document Management: Manage shared access to common documents with multiple file format support, editing permissions, and audit trails identifying change histories.
  • Change Management: Manage change orders through a structured approval process to ensure that the changes support the interests of the project stakeholders.
  • Project Scope: Outline a detailed plan for your project. Use collaboration tools, form-based project templates, and access to scope statements from previous projects to better assist project authors.
monday.com project overview
monday.com allows you to view in-progress and completed projects.

Types of Project Management Methods

Some of the most popular project management methods include:

  • Waterfall
  • Scrum
  • Agile
  • Lean
  • Kanban
  • Six Sigma

Project management software includes the tools necessary to incorporate one or more of these popular methodologies into your system.

Types of Project Views

Flexible project views can help ensure your project management software presents information to you in a manner that is easy to digest in a highly visual manner. The most popular types of project views to track progress include:

Gantt Charts

A Gantt chart is a bar chart that shows project schedules and their overlapping relationships between activities. This visual view of project tasks lets you and your staff see what work is scheduled at varying times. It’s best used to discover which employees can complete tasks to avoid interrupting the project workflow.

Gantt charts show start and end dates, details about the tasks that need to be completed, the length of each task, and who has been assigned the task. Gantt chart capabilities help in project planning by creating task dependencies, adding checkpoints or milestones, or showing management which employees are completing their tasks on time.

Task Lists

Task lists are sortable fields (similar to your common spreadsheet) with rows and columns for employees, tasks, due dates, progress, and priority levels. They can be thought of as to-do lists assigned to your staff to ensure the project is completed on time.

Kanban Boards

A Kanban board is another way to visualize project tasks through cards and columns. Each card or column represents a different project stage, providing an easy way to see which work needs to be completed versus the ones in progress.

Kanban boards can be broken down to show work-in-progress limits, commitment, and delivery points. The cards allow teams to write their work and tasks and create their overall project workflow. From there, each card will be arranged into workflows (columns) that lay an intuitive path to completion. Kanban boards will let you establish work-in-progress limits, which are simply a cap on how many cards can be in one column at a given time.

Zoho Project Kanban Board
zoho projects allows you to see the status of your projects.

Project Management Software Pricing

The cost of project management software ranges from $4 per user per month to $75 per user per month. Many solutions offer free trials to help you determine which level you need. Some development companies also offer a forever free version of their project management software.

The cost of project management software will depend on the number of users, the functionalities needed, and the scope of your business.

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Trello is a project management software that helps teams work more collaboratively. The solution offers boards, lists, cards, and anything else to organize and prioritize projects. Your team will stay organized with Trello through comments, attachments, due dates, and streamlined project collaboration tools. A built-in workflow engine includes rule-based triggers, custom card and board buttons, calendar commands, and due date commands. Personal boards; Cards; Lists; File attachments; Checklists;
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Asana is a work management platform that makes your team’s work, projects, and tasks easily to handle online. The project management software is used by individuals and teams to make sure projects and tasks are completed on time. One shared space can hold goals, plans, tasks, files, and more that multiple employees can collaborate on. @youtube Task Management; List View, Board View, and Calendar View; Assign People and Due Dates; Reporting; and Integrations with Over 100 Tools including Slack,
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Monday.com

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Monday.com lets you plan, organize, and track in one visual space. Monday.com lets you create a custom workflow so any team in your company can work on what they need the way that is easiest for them. With Monday.com, you can create dashboards to gain insights into your company and track progress of work in process. Views available include: Calendar View; Chart View; Files View; Kanban View; Map View; and Timeline View. Templates; Customizations; Team sharing; Team collaboration; and Project
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Procore

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Procore is a construction project management software known for its comprehensive features and user-friendly interface. It streamlines construction project management for greater efficiency and productivity. The software can integrate with various management tools, such as document and task management, RFI and submittal management, and reporting, to provide a complete project oversight solution. Additionally, Procore’s timecard management integrates with the platform, allowing for effective tracking and management of labor costs.
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Smartsheet

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Smartsheet is a cloud-based project and portfolio management tool known for its spreadsheet-like interface, offering a familiar environment for users. It provides customizable sheets with formulas and widgets, efficient workflow automation, and real-time reporting for enhanced visibility. Smartsheet’s performance dashboards track various aspects of project management, like financials and KPIs, in real-time, offering valuable insights for decision-making.
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$7/month
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Web
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Cloud Hosted
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Jira

Jira is a project management tool designed to keep teams organized and increase productivity. Scrum and Kanban boards help visualize the progress of tasks to keep everyone on track. Custom Workflows; Agile Reporting; Scrum and Kanban Boards; Roadmaps; Integration with Developer Tools; Custom Filters with JQL; and Mobile Apps. A 7-day free trial is available for teams of any size. Self-hosted options are available for larger teams.
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$7/user/month
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Wrike

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Wrike is an online project management solution. This software offers a number of features to help with project planning, reporting project status in real-time, collaboration, and workflow management. Wrike’s extensive features maximize performance, accelerate growth, and improve customer experience. Wrike offers a free plan for 5 users with limited functionality. This plan is best for small teams with simple task lists. Plans for small to large businesses are also available and can scale as you
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ClickUp is a forever free productivity app for managing tasks in projects, document management, team chat, goal setting, and more. The software lets users customize how rok is managed. It also provides tools to build docs, wikis, & knowledge bases, monitor and manage strategy, and connect the platforms employees use into one place. Paid versions of ClickUp are available which include unlimited storage, integrations, and dashboards.
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$7/user/month
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Cloud Hosted
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Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is a project management solution with a familiar Excel platform to manage projects with a familiar tool. Different plans are available to cater to the needs of small businesses to large enterprises. Small teams can select a more basic plan for keeping projects, teams, and resources organized. Larger businesses find the more advanced package with enterprise resource management, demand management, and portfolio analysis and optimization, to be beneficial. @youtube Team
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Zoho Projects is a cloud-based project management tool that plans, tracks, and collaborates work with teams from any place, with any device. From scheduling mishaps to conflicting ideas, Zoho Projects ensures users can break down projects into manageable parts—such as tasks and subtasks. Features include start and end dates, create custom fields, sequences and dependencies, and project tracking via milestones. Timesheets lets employees log work hours, and invoices can be generated so users can monitor project expenses.
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Web
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Cloud Hosted
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Miro

Miro is a project management software designed to offer tools for wireframing, estimation, dependency mapping, retrospectives, and scaled product planning. It also has features for workshops and asynchronous collaboration. With its diagramming capabilities, users can create flowcharts, journey maps, and mind maps. Miro also includes features like Miro Assist, and enables visualization of project data through integration with various tools like Jira and Monday.com.
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BigTime software is a comprehensive Professional Services Automation (PSA) tool designed for project management, time and expense tracking, invoicing, and resource allocation. This tool includes customizable workflows, detailed reporting, and DCAA compliance features, which are particularly beneficial for firms working on government contracts. This is all backed by reporting and analytics functionality that takes the guesswork out of utilization, capacity planning, and project profitability.
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$20/user/month
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ProjectManager.com

ProjectManager.com is a project management software that provides a central hub for work, planning, and achieving. Project Manager.com integrates with over 1,000 business apps such as Slack, Dropbox, Salesforce, and more, to help your business create a fully-integrated environment. The solution is used by all industries, including construction, marketing, manufacturing, professional services, and more. The software is offered as a personal-use tool or as a robust complete business PM tracking
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LiquidPlanner

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LiquidPlanner enables modern teams with a fast, streamlined way to manage their work. The unique approach offered is an easy alternative to Microsoft Project and can be used by just about anyone—traditionally-trained project teams, agile teams, or even teams that use ad-hoc processes. The platform’s predictive scheduling engine automatically adjusts timelines based on changes in priorities and resource availability, making it a valuable tool for collaborative teams handling multiple projects. LiquidPlanner customers report an average of 16 hours saved per month due to automation.
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$15/user/month
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Web
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Cloud Hosted
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Scoro

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Scoro is a business management software. It offers task and resource management, Gantt charts, scheduling, workflow automation, team collaboration, and document management. The platform also supports email integration, mobile access, timesheet tracking, and budget and expense management. Scoro provides professional services automation features like quotes/estimates, invoicing, and project and financial reporting.
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$26/user/month
Client OS
iOS, Android, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Notion

Notion is a workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and more that keeps your team organized. Team wikis help keep your staff updated with changes, news, and goals. Projects and tasks can be organized with varying statuses so they are prioritized correctly. Meeting notes can be organized in list views and assigned tags so they are easily found no matter how deep your work goes. Notion can be used for product roadmaps, engineering documents, HR onboarding, catalog designs, sales CRM, and
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$4/month
Client OS
Windows, macOS, iOS, Android
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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ProjectSight

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ProjectSight by Trimble is a highly configurable construction management software platform that has been designed to adapt to customer needs.
Client OS
iOS, Android, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Adobe Workfront

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Workfront is an online work management software solution that includes project management, work automation, and collaboration tools. Project teams can improve overall speed and quality of projects, maximize their efficiency, and increase visibility throughout the project lifecycle. Key features include intuitive work and demand management, extensive workflow automation, and reporting and analytics. It integrates various methodologies like Agile, Kanban, and Waterfall, making it versatile for a range of business needs.
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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GanttPRO

GanttPRO is project management software based on Gantt charts. It has a nice and intuitive interface and offers a short learning curve. The tool is packed with dozens of robust project planning and management features that teams from various industries will find useful. Task management; Task progress; Auto scheduling; Critical path; Project management; Project progress; Cost and budget management; Resource workload; Team collaboration; Gantt chart timeline; Board view; Time tracking; Baselines;
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Starting Price
$8.90/user/month
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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ProofHub

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ProofHub is a centralized project management and collaboration platform, ideal for managing tasks, tracking progress, and ensuring accountability in team environments. Its features like Gantt charts, calendars, notes, file uploads, and timesheets make project handling and team collaboration efficient and streamlined. Additionally, ProofHub offers diverse administrative controls and robust data visualization tools, enhancing both management oversight and team productivity.
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Starting Price
$50/month
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted

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