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For agile approach, Trello or Jira are very recommendable.
If you use cascade, Microsoft Project is a good option.
Also, there is a recommendable tool that links Trello with Power BI, and let you see global indicators of the project.
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Here are the links to
a) an article comparing and exploring the pros and cons of five project management tools: Trello, Asana, Notion, Coda, Monday.com
b) a post by Elizabeth Harrin that provides an insight into another tool Bloo.io
I think it can help.
It is hard to say. depends on a lot of factors.
Well there are a lot of aspects which needs to be considered before zeroing in, but most vital is cost factor.
I would agree to what the others have said already - picking a project management tool depends on various factors and there is no saying that something will work with such little information.
Having said that, if you are looking for a Kanban based project management tool, I have recently written a post comparing various solutions. Maybe it will help you in making the decision. https://teamhood.com/kanban/20-best-kanban-tools-of-2020/
What capabilities do you need the software to have? I've been using ms project for over 15 years. I like what you can do with custom fields and the global template.
I also have access to wrike. I haven't decided how I feel about creating tasks/schedules in wrike, but the reporting capabilities put ms project to shame. I've heard you can use power bi for better reporting in ms project, but I'm using the desktop version, so I can't leverage a centralized data source for reports, unlike wrike. I couldn't say if it would be better in project server, it's been over 10 years since I've used that.
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