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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objectiF RPM is software for requirements engineering and project management. It offers visual (UML, SysML, Use Cases etc.) and textual requirements analysis and specification. Tasks and project planning are derived from requirements.
A suite of collaboration tools for managing internal and external content throughout an organization. The applications include Projects, Documents, Notes, Calendar, Contacts, News, Websites, Pages, and Updates. Available in 22 languages.
Omnipresent is a scrum scenario based tool for enterprise agile project management. It provides end to end delivery management from planning to code, operational transparency and overall program quality.
AxiomWorx project management software suite integrates projects, procurement, documents and finances all in one application. Unparalleled success is possible when everything related to a project works together.
One2Team’s pure cloud project & portfolio management platform offers a uniquely flexible data model that goes beyond agile project planning. Get an accurate view of progress with enterprise-wide stakeholders collaborating in one elegant system.
Axosoft's OnTime is a leading project management tool for software developers. With key features like bug tracking, help desk, team wiki, and more, OnTime is used by more than 8,000 Dev Teams around the world everyday.
ORACLE-PRIMAVERA-P6 EPPM is a leading EPPM solution used by asset-intensive industries to plan & execute projects & programs. P6 helps manage, track, & report on programs, projects, portfolios, resources, costs & financial and non-financial metrics.
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