Top 4 Apps for Project Management

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Now, as a project manager you will undoubtedly be busy, busy, busy with your main focus just getting through the current project at hand (or maybe even just today!). With a little help from technology, these apps are a fantastic resource tools to help you better plan, organise, secure and manage your resources and ultimately help that project you are planning come to fruition. There are a huge variety of project management tools that are floating around, however some of these come with a huge financial burden and at times, as a project manager, this is something you are looking to avoid. So, without further ado, here are the top 4 project management tools!

Project Management Apps

1. Wrike

Wrike is one of the most popular project management tools and allows for effective task management, workload management, scheduling, reporting, email integration and time tracking. The tool is a mobile app as well-meaning you have access to real-time news feeds, outlook, document and spread sheet views and charts on the go. Wrike is also fantastic for project managers with a smaller budget with prices as low as $49 per month, the tool has a package for every type of project manager. The tool is also fantastic for those project management teams that work virtually or are distance based. Teams are able to access data and discuss issues, information and their project tasks live over the Internet. The program offers a free trial for any project managers interested.

2. QuickBase

QuickBase is one of the best online project management software tools around. It is very user-customisable meaning it can be applicable to a wide variety of project managers and their differing company needs. QuickBase also allows you to create apps and presentations from spread sheet data and integrates data seamlessly with your current programs and information. The program also is available in the form of a mobile app, meaning your data is with you on the go, wherever you are. In addition, the project management tool has a big focus on teams allowing for different levels of access and the ability to collaborate and connect easily.

3. Basecamp

Basecamp ensures all projects; data and people are in the right place. It allows you to create and management your projects, messages, tasks and files, as well as track your time, reports, calendars, chat and deadlines. The project management tool is also smart phone friendly meaning your data is available for on-the-go! The program offers a free trial and is one of the most affordable project management programs available. Plans start from $20 per month.

4. Time Doctor

Time Doctor is effectively a time tracking tool which monitors employees all around the world. This project management tool tracks absolutely every task you and your employees are working on. The program also has the ability to track break time, which tasks are being currently worked on and what applications and websites are being used. Both employers and employees have access to the data produced and it can be a great tool to see where your time does during the day. It does help to increase productivity and streamline the process within business.

Are you are project manager? Do you use any of these apps in your day-to-day life? If you’ve got some tips or info, leave a comment in the box below!

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  • Zac says:

    Awesome list. I’d like to add some more tools like asana, proofhub and basecamp in this list as well to make this post more useful.

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