ProjectManagement: Tool review


Different tools can be used for project management depending on what you want to achieve. This attempts to find a way to have different people colaborating with each other.

This table is an incomplete review.

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Name

Web Based?

Open source?

Ready to go long term solution for free?

scrum?

Clear Way to Install on Cpane?

MRM/CRM?

Non-software focus?

http://civicrm.org/

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes (wp extension)

Yes

Yes (social enterprise focus)

http://www.libreplan.org/

Yes

Yes

No

no?

No

No

Yes

http://collabtive.o-dyn.de/

yes

     

Group ware

https://www.kolab.org/

yes

     

Group ware

https://www.orangescrum.org

Yes

  

Yes

   

Taiga.io

yes

  

Yes

   

https://www.agilefant.com

Yes

  

Yes

   

https://www.odoo.com/es_ES/trial

Yes

Yes

Yes?

Yes

   

https://community.mycollab.com

Yes

Yes

Yes?

Yes

 

No

 

http://www.projectlibre.com

Not yet

      

https://www.openproject.org/

 

Yes

 

Yes

  

No.

https://www.tuleap.org/

Yes

     

No.

https://www.loomio.org/

Yes

Yes

 

no

  

Decision making only

https://kanboard.net/

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

  

No.

https://wekan.github.io//

Yes

Yes

Yes?

Yes

   

http://restya.com/board/index.html

Yes

Yes

Yes?

Yes

   

https://taskboard.matthewross.me/

Yes

Yes

Yes?

Yes

Yes (java on the web?)

no

yes

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