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Hi, I'm looking for a online project management software to use at a small company. The main thing is the calendar, like iCal, so I can see how the projects are. It should also be a free account available. I've looked the BaseCamp, TodoYu and more. Do you know any other that might be worth it?

asked Nov 03 '10 at 00:14

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(Nov 04 '10 at 05:22) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

Filemaker Pro is what I use. You can do invoices and loads of things on that.

http://www.filemaker.co.uk/products/filemaker-pro/

(edit number 2) PLUS they have an iPhone and iPad app, if you need to work or edit on the go. AND they have a trial period to check it's right for you.

answered Nov 03 '10 at 00:15

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edited Nov 03 '10 at 00:19

I would say that what you are looking for is not a project management solution but rather an organizing tool. Am I right?

answered Nov 04 '10 at 04:51

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LiquidPlanner | Online project management software for scheduling, collaboration, and time-tracking in one easy package. The result for your team: fewer meetings, less e-mail, less re-work and more project wins.

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answered Nov 04 '10 at 05:39

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Microsoft Project is a very good piece of software, not free but quite affordable with the Office suite.

If you want something free, for my thesis I used GanttProject and it worked pretty well for me, although it doesn't have that many features as MS Project.

answered Nov 04 '10 at 13:41

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Microsoft Project is a great program, and when combined with Office integration ... very powerful.

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