• Himali G

    Good list. Another one which i would like to add to the list is DeskAway. Its simple yet a powerful tool which makes tasks easy. Do give it a try. http://www.deskaway.com

  • http://www.ganttic.com/ IK

    I would add http://www.ganttic.com . Pure , simple Gantt charts with some extra functionality added.

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @IK: Ganttic seems good, though number of resources under few account seem quite less.

  • Tessa

    Thanks for sharing those resources.

    You have missed out an another free project panning software called PlanningForce Express Planner ( http://www.planningforce-express.com/free-planning-software.php ) which is ms project alternative.

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @Tessa: Express Planner looks really good. I will do a complete post about it separately. Thanks for the tip.

  • x-Project Management Software

    Good list.

    But do you miss some online tools which are offering for free for small number of project or some limitation? Manymoon (which has just been acquired by Salesforces) is almost free but it works really well.

  • Jim Williams

    We started to use LumoFlow which is working nicely for us. They also offer a free version:

    http://www.lumoflow.com

    JJ

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @Jim: Thanks for the tip about LumoFlow. The free version looks quite good.

  • http://www.copperproject.com Ben Prendergast

    Don’t forget Copper! :)

    http://www.copperproject.com

  • http://clearcode.cc Clearcode

    Good list. We are using open source redmine – http://www.redmine.org – works well.

  • Richard

    I changed our company project management software several months ago. After several weeks of testing we chose Redmine. Redmine has all important features, nice design, easy to use. It is maybe most popular tool too. Why is not im your list ?

  • http://qdpm.net/ kindrosker

    try http://qdpm.net/ It is a free web-based project management tool suitable for a small team working on multiple projects, fully configurable and customers interact using a Ticket System that is integrated into Task management.

  • https://teambox.com/ Task Management

    In our company we use Teambox and works fine

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      We have added Teambox to our review queue.

  • http://www.teamlab.com Olga

    Please check out TeamLab http://www.teamlab.com It is an open source collaboration and project management platform. TeamLab is free with no limits on users\space.

    • Mathias Hessler

      I second that, after finding TeamLab a few weeks ago while rummaging around for good, free online collaboration tools, I’ve become a big fan along with my committee and it’s already proven invaluable.

  • Sandra

    We use Doolphy. It’s the easiest one we’ve tried.

  • http://www.collabor8online.co.uk Colin

    Don’t forget http://www.collabor8online.co.uk there is a free version, easy to use which is key and lent of disc space! they even do a self hosted version!

  • http://OfficeTimer.com Sri

    http://OfficeTimer.com is an absolutely free web based project and task management application.
    You can add unlimited projects, unlimited tasks, unlimited users etc.
    some of the other features…assign tasks, update and reassign tasks, add attachments, compare planned vs. actual, export reports, timesheets, auto email reminders, update notifications etc.

  • Jan

    I looked ast some of these. Redmine I dont get at all. It seesm to be an issue tracking type tool that developers would use. It’s not for normal business admin managing and project planning.

    The award for that def goes to dooster. The prices are also the best. t’s a very functional app that’s nice to have online all day – unlike eg dotproject, whch is just too ugly.

    Dooster’s already made a big improvement to the way we manage things. I guess using any of these apps will improve productivity but the one we like best is dooster !

    Thanks for all that info !

    btw its dooster,net NOT .com

    http://dooster.net

  • Andy

    Workgroups is another great project management tool. It offers tools for scheduling, workflow management, online proofing and review, financial management and digital asset management.

  • Mira

    Hi, I would like introduce to You our new project management web application Projectial (http://www.projectial.com/). We finished first public version last month. I hope that Projectial is useful and will be on the similar list next time ;)

    Mira, Projectial.com

  • DecalsSigns

    I have been finding some decent project management program for our growing company.. been able to use projectprier in the past.. it’s good, but the prob is that there’s some issues wherein it couldn’t be incorporated to our site/webhost o whatever you call that.. thanks to your list.. i’ll definitely check them out.. we badly need one to work on our site http://www.visigraph.com

  • http://www.replicon.com/time-clock Time Clock

    If its project management, then I wouldn’t think much and directly go to basecamp or Zoho project tracking tools. I have been using them for many years and never looked for an alternative.

  • ashishrt

    I use BootStrapToday, which is an intelligent Application Lifecycle Management Platform on SAAS model. With its built-in intelligence and automation you can detect bugs early, accelerate the software development with improved code quality. for more details visit at <a href=”http://www.bootstraptoday.com”>www.bootstraptoday.com</a>

  • Monica

    Hey Binny,
    Great list of some useful tools. But when it comes to easy and useful project management, you cannot miss to add proofhub in the list. Focused on offering simplicity, ease and effective management to customers in their work and life, it is the best tool of present times.

  • Jeff Wenzel ‏

    Another one to the consider is Proofhub. It’s web-based software
    with lots of features. Very easy to use and apply.