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Top 8 Project Management Tools – TechRepublic

Top 8 Project Management Tools – TechRepublic

Project management software or tools streamline and fast-track project team performance. Check out these eight top-rated cloud-based project management tools and see if one has the features your organization needs. All of these project management solutions are web-based and offer customizable role-based dashboards, business intelligence, and reporting capabilities; each one is accessible from mobile devices.

ActiveCollab focuses on helping companies gain full control over projects by making it easy to organize teams, helping to implement internal processes, and allowing teams and stakeholders to know when each stage of the project is due. ActiveCollab offers annual pricing and monthly pricing; annual pricing starts at $6.25 per month, and monthly pricing $4 per month. A free trial is available.
 
Key features of ActiveCollab include:

Mavenlink considers itself a modern project and collaboration platform that helps your company enhance operational and financial performance. The solution focuses primarily on service-based businesses. Mavenlink offers four pricing tiers starting at $19 per month: Teams, Professional, Premier, and Enterprise. A free trial is available on the Teams and Professional tiers.
 
Key features of Mavenlink include:

Workfront is a project management solution that helps you and your teams connect projects to company-wide strategy; it also manages tasks, resources, scheduling, and automates workflows. Workfront offers four pricing models, Team, Pro, Business, and Enterprise. Contact Workfront for pricing.
 
Key features of Workfront include:

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