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What is the best project management software on the market today?
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John Kohut Tx, USA
I've just been hired to lead a project management division in my department. I'm just getting into the world of formal project management and am doing some research into software that can help manage multiple projects for my team of Project Managers.
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Keith Novak Tukwila, Wa, USA
It depends on your needs. PM software is more of an ecosystem than one program to perform all needs, just like Microsoft or Google don't sell only one stand-alone product.
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Sergio Luis Conte Helping to create solutions for everyone| Worldwide based Organizations Buenos Aires, Argentina
The best project management software on the market today is the one that best fits for your current defined process.
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Housam Krema Corporate Strategy Specialist | Libyana Mobile Phones Tripoli, Libya
It depends on your current portfolio project management maturity level, and my advice that you keep your focus on raising up your PMO Maturity level, high technological solution alone will not boost the overall performance of your PMO, there are other important factors that should be considered as well including but are not limited to (Governance, Structure, Process, Roles & Responsibilities, Methodologies and others), and if your PMO Maturity level is high enough and you are ready for adopting a PPM solution then my advice to check what can be integrated with other systems available in your organization and fit your documented requirements.
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St├ęphane Parent Self Employed / Semi-retired| Leader Maker Prince Edward Island, Canada
What is "best" for you is not necessarily "best" for someone else. I suggest you pick something and give it a try. You will quickly learn what your requirements are and what they are not.
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Dovile Miseviciute Marketing Manager| Eylean UAB Vilnius, Lithuania
I would agree with the rest of the answers here that best means different things for different managers.
However, if you already have a sense of what you may be looking for, this post can be of help when figuring out which of the popular PM solutions will fit your needs.
https://teamhood.com/project-management/be...ement-software/
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Latha Thamma reddi Sr Product and Portfolio Management (Automation Innovation)| DXC Technology Mckinney, Tx, USA
There are the best one for you will depend on your specific needs and requirements. some of the top project management software tools:

Jira: Jira is a robust project management software widely used in software development and IT teams. It offers powerful issue tracking, agile project management, and extensive customization options.

Asana: Asana is a popular project management software that offers a user-friendly interface, task management features, collaboration tools, and project tracking capabilities.

Trello: Trello is a flexible and visually appealing project management tool that uses boards, lists, and cards to help you organize and track your projects. It's known for its simplicity and ease of use.

Monday.com: Monday.com is a versatile project management platform that provides customizable workflows, task tracking, collaboration tools, and integrations with other tools and services.

Microsoft Project: Microsoft Project is a comprehensive project management tool that provides features for planning, resource management, budgeting, and scheduling. It integrates well with other Microsoft Office tools.

Basecamp: Basecamp is a popular project management software that focuses on simplicity and communication. It offers features for task management, file sharing, team collaboration, and project tracking.

Wrike: Wrike is a cloud-based project management platform that provides features for task management, time tracking, document collaboration, and project planning. It offers flexibility and scalability for teams of all sizes.

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