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    1. Member 96jettabink's Avatar
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      Sep 16th, 2001
      03-05-2008 08:55 AM #1
      Hey guys,
      Looking for your input on what you use for your IT dept to manage projects. Large and small.

      The biggest thing we are looking for is quick and easy. Right now we are leaning towards basecamp because it is easy and also inexpensive, no contract so we can use it for couple months to explore it and bag it if we don't like it.
      Some of us like it some of us don't. Just looking to explore other options.
      Thanks for your time

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    3. Member rich!'s Avatar
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      03-05-2008 09:20 AM #2 (using jira for years now) (guess they are charging now)

    4. 03-06-2008 07:51 PM #3
      Use for project management (archive)

    5. 03-06-2008 11:29 PM #4
      This is really tailored for Agile/Scrum process though.

      Modified by David Mays at 6:12 PM 3/7/2008

    6. Member 96jettabink's Avatar
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      03-07-2008 10:39 AM #5
      Quote, originally posted by ABRA CADABRA »
      Use for project management (archive)

      your so smart

    7. Senior Member SAPJetta's Avatar
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      03-07-2008 10:41 AM #6
      Take a look at AceProject.
      Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?

    8. Member John A's Avatar
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      03-07-2008 12:34 PM #7
      we use basecamp with one of the places I do work. Works good for uploading some shared docs, etc.
      my day-job uses sharepoint, which is much more advanced, but much more complicated and expensive.

    9. 03-07-2008 07:47 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by 96jettabink »
      your so smart

      I know right!!!!

    10. 03-07-2008 08:15 PM #9
      It really depends on what you're using it for. For me I've found that Project Open is a very robust tool for managing larger projects. Here's a link.
      For smaller projects it is overkill but when you have multiple teams or a heavily branched development project it is very useful.

    11. 03-09-2008 03:13 PM #10
      Before I left my last position as a Project Manager they were rolling out the use of Project On Demand, which I think is web based Microsoft Project.
      We now use a hosted Sharepoint solution in our Project Management group.

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