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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iMeetingX is the perfect tool for everyone who has to manage meetings and tasks.
InLoox is the professional solution for Outlook-based project management: Manage projects, documents, resources, Mind Maps and budgets. Over 25,000 installations worldwide. Free 30 day trial.
Cloud portfolio management solutions to improve value contribution by connecting planning & execution through Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and Resource Management software. Innotas is named a "Leader" by Gartner, Forrester, and IDC.
in-STEP BLUE is a tool for IT project management. It supports project and multi-project management, requirements and change management, quality and test management, configuration management, risk management and process management.
Interneer's flexible, configurable and easy to use platform enables the rapid implementation of the most unique or complex project management processes: change management, workflow, portfolio management, real time reporting and tracking
Intuit QuickBase is a cloud-based platform to create new or quickly modify existing business applications in its app Exchange to solve unique business process problems (e.g., project management, CRM, asset management) in hours or days not weeks.
A video series and reference guide for Project Management of IT projects using JIRA and Confluence
iTaskX is the easiest way to manage your projects on macOS. And it’s compatible with Microsoft Project.
The Project Control Panel¬ is both a concept and a tool for visualizing and monitoring the condition of a project and predicting its future course.
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