Action Item Tracking,
Benefits Documentation and Tracking,
Best Practices Management,
Billing & Chargeback Tracking,
Budgeting & Forecasting,
Custom User Interface,
Data Import/Export to MS Excel,
Data Import/Export to MS Project,
Legacy System Integration,
Project Template Customization,
Project Template Integration,
Software Development Kit,
Template Customization Support,
Total Cost Tracking,
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KanbanTool helps you to visualize workflow on boards and collaborate with team members in real-time. Insightful analytics provides wide range of information that is helpful to identify and eliminate problems, optimize process and improve performance.
Kanbanize is visual management software which boosts your productivity by applying lean principles to your work. We help you design your workflow, collaborate with others and track important metrics out of the box.
Kantask is an application to create workspaces for teams to connect and collaborate on tasks, plans and projects.
Kanzen is a Kanban ready project management and collaboration tool for businesses. Its intuitive visual interface will allow you to achieve maximum visibility of your workflow and improvements in the aspects of planning, organizing and managing.
Klaros-Testmanagement is a web-based software for the administration, organization and evaluation of test cases and test activities in quality assurance. A free Community Edition and a commercially supported Enterprise Edition are available.
Kovair Global Lifecycle/Requirements Management Solution provides a rich and configurable, global platform for capturing a set of requirements, collaborating on their development and tracing implementation back to specs.
"Impartial observers from other planets would consider ours an utterly bizarre enclave if it were populated by birds, defined as flying animals, that nevertheless rarely or never actually flew. They would also be perplexed if they encountered in our seas, lakes, rivers and ponds, creatures defined as swimmers that never did any swimming. But they would be even more surprised to encounter a species defined as a thinking animal if, in fact, the creature very rarely indulged in actual thinking."
- Steve Allen