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What is the best browser-based tool for project management?

I'm curious to hear the pros and cons for online project management tools you use at the enterprise level or at the small business level. There is a lot of expensive software out there but browser-based tools are becoming moire popular for more agile teams. Trello, Confluence, and Jira are the main browser-based topols that come to mind.
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Small business might use MSP and JIRA ( we use them in out telecom company).

I heard about Oracle Primavera which cost many USD$ (I think an enterprise solution).
I have fast googled of Trello and found it sold to Atlassian in January 2017 who is the founder of JIRA.

May be the expert PM will contributes further about pros and cons.


Yes those three would be a great start.

I only use JIRA and Rally...
1 reply by Al Chen
May 22, 2018 6:29 PM
Al Chen
Hey Ariel, can you tell me more about Rally? I've never heard of it, what type of business cases do you use it for?

May 22, 2018 6:16 PM
Replying to Ariel Garza
I only use JIRA and Rally...
Hey Ariel, can you tell me more about Rally? I've never heard of it, what type of business cases do you use it for?


The tool that supports or are aligned to your project mangement process.

Like Sergio states, the goal is to find a tool that supports your processes, not the other way around.

As far as tools, there is also Project Online.

I concur with Sergio on this. I normally use JIRA and Project online

Trello for Kanban-style flow managing. Free and simple to use with small teams.

E.g. backlog (long list of this and that), ready to start (arrival), working on it (WIP), i'm done, next person takes over, he's done, we're stuck (WIP not moving), documents ready to print, documents submitted (departure).

Thanks everyone for their replies. Are there any specific features about these tools that you can't live without?

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