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Jira with an Agile or Kanban board.
I have also used JIRA with the Agile and/or Kanban board. Works well, relatively easy to implement/use.
I also found very useful Twiki and Jive in combination with Jira (e.g. to encourage broader discussions, share high level design). They are collaboration tools, not Agile or Project Management (although Jive does allow to create and manage calendars and tasks).
I also created custom reports via Jira integration with Twiki (e.g. display in a twiki a filtered/grouped list of tasks). Because not everyone had licenses for MS Projects and Jira out of the box reports and views are challenging if your teams use different Jira projects or queues, or if they dont use the same fields:
Jira is favorite project management tracking tool. Apart from it, there are many other project management tools available in the market. Have found some of them at https://www.softwaresuggest.com/us/project-management-software
Jira is favorite project management tracking tool.
Believe it or not, I am finding HP's ALM to be an exceptional tool for IT project management tracking. When you get down to the nuts and bolts, this tool allows you to identify Releases, the Requirements associated with those Releases, the Tests associated with those Requirements and finally, the Defects, associated with those tests.
All you have to do is set it up properly, linking all of the four previously mentioned items together, then run as many KPI reports that you need to see where you are at this point and time in relation to the project's life cycle.
Currently, dealing the situation mentioned here wherein the teams are taken from ops to support my project. Haven't tried tracking tools yet. But, will make a note of ideas
Is this Jira exclusive for agile projects? or maybe could be useful for waterfall methodology?
I believe Kanban would be a great choice. If you're looking for some free apps, you can find a good list here: https://www.reviano.com/blog/best-free-pro...t-software.html
I have also used Jira software, but apart from this their are many other options available here: https://www.techjockey.com/category/project-management-software
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