Which is the best project management software?
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Which online project management software has proved very valuable and productive for you and your team this year?

I’m looking to choose between the following:

  • Basecamp
  • Microsoft Office
  • AtTask
  • Central Desktop
  • Celoxis
  • Wrike
  • HappyTODOS
  • Huddle
  • Team Work
  • Podio

Which should I go for?

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Answers (23)
  • Forrest Campbell

    Of the ones listed I have used Podio for some time now. It does everything I want it to do.

  • Ramya

    You may check out Asana/ Zoho Projects. Both are impressive and good for small and big teams.

  • Tech Nech

    Check out Asana or freedcamp. I am using them both and they are pretty much good till now!

  • ha14

    The Best Free Online Project Management Software

  • Sam Collab

    I have used a couple of PM apps listed above, the one I use and find most productive for my team is binfire.com , it combines all features needed for project management plus collaboration tools to make a nice virtual office. Since my team is distributed it helps us to get the job done faster.

  • Alexandre de Andrade

    I use http://www.clockingit.com
    Check it out.

  • Dhan

    The options you have listed are too broad (e.g. basic To-Do list to enterprise-grade, cheap to costly, desktop based to web-based/hosted, single user tool to collaborative). Essentially what will work for you is your the best PM tool. So I would suggest you to pen down your must have requirements from PM tool and then look for the tool that meets your expectations.

    I would still suggest our own tool, ZilicusPM http://www.zilicus.com
    Whichever tool you may select, beside required functionality, I would suggest you to check for
    1. How intuitive/easy it is to use, for normal team member
    2. Does it provide clear, useful dashboard that shows real time status
    3. If you are planning to use web-based/hosted system, check whether it delivers faster performance or not

  • JohnDenham

    I think its better you go for proofhub. It have nice features which are easy to use and understand.

  • Mac Witty

    If all users are on Windows maybe that will be good
    If you have a mixed group I would go for Bascamp

  • Hank Roze

    Try HappyTODOS (http://www.happytodos.com). Here is what MakeUseof has to say about it: http://www.makeuseof.com/dir/happytodos-project-management-for-managers/

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