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Best Free Project Management Software

Businesses in today's day and age seem to be faced with various problems, such as escalating expenses, overdue deadlines, and improper delegations of tasks, to name a few. Because of this, it would be of the utmost essence for companies to choose the perfect project management software for their business. Fortunately, there are many options in today's market that can satisfy practically any demand a business might have, regardless of how big or small it might be. Here are some of the best offerings in project management software today:
1. Asana

Asana focuses mostly on improving a team's workflow. One advantage that this service has over the rest is that smaller teams can use it completely free of charge. Also, aside from all of the basic features that project management tools tend to have, Asana developers have made it possible for users to get task notifications directly in their email inboxes. Plus, Asana can be used on most tablets and mobile phones. In fact, it even has its own iPhone application, so that iPhone users can enjoy a truly mobile experience.

2. Mavenlink

The unique advantage that this particular service has over the rest is its overall integration with Google applications, such as Google Calendar, Google Contacts, and Google Docs. This feature would be especially handy for users who have always depended on Google's services and aren't exactly ready to give them up just yet. This tool would also be great for conducting a company's fiscal aspects because it includes invoice generation, and budget and transaction management.

There are also video tutorials available for those who need help getting to know all of Mavenlink's features.

3. Project'Or Ria

This software takes a completely different approach compared to the other project
management software out there. First of all, although its primary domain is known to be the IT-sphere, it can also be applied to any kind of project, in general. Second of all, what makes this tool stand out from the rest is its open-source availability. Aside from that, it is also easy to install and easy to use. More importantly, though, it is completely free.

4. Subernova

The main goal of Subernova is to ensure that businesses keep running smoothly, no matter what. The product developers of this particular software seem to be aware of how valuable time is, so they have dedicated to making this tool focus on setting milestones, tracking time and finishing tasks on schedule. However, it also introduces various unique options, such as keeping track of late payments, scheduling emails that can be sent to clients, and receiving iOS device push-notifications. The best part is that Subernova can also be run on any operating system.

5. TeamLab

In terms of project management, TeamLab provides users with various cloud services. The feature that makes it stand out the most from the rest, though, would be its module for documents. With it, users can store, edit and share documents, presentations and spreadsheets online, as well as integrate their documents in the module, so that they can work with various formats as they wish. TeamLab's customer service would be another thing to boast about. With individual approaches to the requests of customers, professional and quick assistance is always guaranteed with this project management software.

Guest post by Ilya Elbert about Best Free Project Management Software
Ilya Elbert writes for several IT Support Jacksonville and Computer Repair Jacksonville national service organizations.


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