Ten Project Management Apps to Keep Your Software Development on Track

If you are looking for a better way to plan, organize, and manage your software development, our team at Inverted Software has gathered for you our favorite top ten project management software apps.

1. JIRA

jira

According to Atlassian, JIRA is used for issue tracking and project management by over 25,000 customers in 122 countries around the globe.

With JIRA you can plan, track, and collaborate in each step of your development process.

2. TFS

tfs

Team Foundation Server is a complete Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) app and includes version control, tools for agile teams such as Kanban and Scrum dashboards, Continuous Integration, Reporting and more.

3. BaseCamp

basecamp

Basecamp offers Message boards and comment threads, Real-time chat/pings, Automatic check-ins, To-do lists, Docs & file storage and a centralized schedule. Basecamp Classic also offers integration with Basecamp’s own Campfire product, and features APIs that are used by a host of web and mobile apps.

4. Bugzilla

Bugzilla

Bugzilla is a web-based general-purpose bugtracker and testing tool originally developed and used by the Mozilla project, and licensed under the Mozilla Public License.

It is proven under fire as Mozilla’s bug tracking system.

5. HPE ALM

hpealm

HPE ALM is a centralized management system that provides reporting and traceability throughout the application delivery lifecycle.

It features complete traceability with development, cross-project reporting, heterogeneous environment support and mobile devices functionality.

With a pay-as-you-go model, HPE ALM on SaaS, costs are incurred only as needed.

6. Asana

asana

Asana is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work. It was founded in 2008 by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-engineer Justin Rosenstein, who both worked on improving the productivity of employees at Facebook.

Asana features integration with DropBox, Slack, Chrome, Github, Google Drive and more.

7. Wrike

wrike

Based in Mountain View, California. Wrike is and online tool for project management and work collaboration. It enables its users to manage and track projects, deadlines, schedules, and other workflow processes.

Wrike is also designed for marketing & creative teams as well as software development.

8. Zoho

zoho

Zoho calls itself “The operating system for business” and has everything you need to boost sales, step up productivity and manage all day-to-day activities.

Its projects product includes planning, reporting, collaboration, time tracking, bug reporting, and document management.

9. Leankit

leankit

LeanKit is focused on visualizing your project delivery and its product enables teams of all types and across all levels of the organization to apply Lean management principles to their work.

Whatever workflow methodology you use — including Kanban, Scrum, Waterfall and anything in between — they help you remove waste and continuously improve.

10. Redbooth

redbooth

Status updates, Task management, File and Content management, Real-time communication is HD, Wiki Pages, Forums, Chat, Time tracking and more are all a part of Redbooth.

Founded in Barcelona in 2008, the company is privately held and headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Conclusion

Picking the right project management tool for your needs might require you evaluate some of the apps in the list.
If you need help with your software development, come visit us at: http://invertedsoftware.com and let us know how we can help!

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