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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.


(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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