This week’s review roundup is Project Portfolio Management. As the year comes to a close, what is the best project management software for 2015? Here are a selection of our real user reviews regarding the solutions they have been using.
Read the reviews and see for yourself what the New Year will bring!
Wrike – “Ability to create as many projects/subfolders and tasks as necessary; Dynamic Gantt-chart which allows you to set dependencies between projects and adjust on the fly; Excellent support, 24-7; Numerous reports which can be customized – These are all valuable features. By creating a custom dashboard with daily priorities employees stay motivated and efficient. The ability to do accurate timekeeping has allowed us to see in what ways we are under-budgeting hours and not invoicing enough for particular tasks improved our organization.” Read the full review here.
LiquidPlanner – “LiquidPlanner is a great tool for Getting Things Done enthusiasts and project managers in general. It allows you to break down your project into multiple steps with best/worst case time scenarios and then gives you a complete picture of the project timeline and tasks in an easy to understand format. The reminders are fantastic! I have used it has a professional with a paid account, and also as a university student with a free academic account. I’d like to see more power and triggers in the iOS app.” Read the full review here.
AtTask – “Calculating a project status based on remaining open tasks was most valuable. Ability to create and save custom project templates, workflows, and reporting dashboards was also valuable. Reduced the time to complete projects. Improved collaboration with a user friendly interface. Could be improved by quicker turnaround of new ideas posted by users.” Read the full review here.
Read more PPM reviews, including more Wrike reviews, Clarizen or compare any PPM solutions of your choice on one of our PPM comparison pages. See what your vote for Best Project Management Software 2015 will be!