With Genius Project, leading project and portfolio management software, an organization can easily manage projects in a collaborative way. Turn around time is quick, and as a result, project visibility and execution are enhanced.
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etquantify is GTD collaboration tool which allows you to collaborate on your projects with your team in real-time.
Gouti is a project management solution designed for project managers, their teams and management. It's a SaaS tool, ready to use, pragmatic and Adaptable. The aim of Gouti is to facilitate project management by being easy to use and intuitive.
INTEGRATED IT GOVERNANCE - comprehensive, one-process tool to manage the entire IT extended lifecycle - from Strategy, Demand, Budget, Resources, PMO, Project Planning, Apps Portfolio Mgmt, Architecture and Legacy Decommissioning - in one Middleware.
Hansoft is a tool for team collaboration and management in agile software development of the most competitive products and services, used all over the world in industries like Electronics, Aerospace, Game Development, Telecom & Cloud Services.
New App to analyze a schedule. The HCP Deep Schedule Analysis™ method reveals all that is hidden in the schedule so you can gain more control over your project.
Hitask is a unique project and task manager for teams. It helps to focus on team collaboration, getting tasks done and manage an entire project.
Kintana Dashboard provides a single point-of-access to all your IT projects and operations. Viewing these in an IT value perspective ensures alignment with business strategy.
Hub Planner is a powerful and robust resource and project management software tool designed to meet different functional requirements. With Hub Planner PMs gain excellent team overview, high transparency, budget and time tracking, reporting and more!
A Cloud based business software tool to enable organisations to plan, execute, control and improve their projects. Reduces rework, standardises quality, and enables continuous learning from past projects, optimise resources