JIRA is used to track our issues, stories and epics. It's used through the whole organization to have a view on different projects. It's also used to track time of employees that is put on tasks to be done. Without JIRA, we would not be able to easily track issues on our products.
Basecamp is great for small or large teams. In order for it to work efficiently, the entire team really needs to buy into it. If one member insists on using only email then it could render Basecamp ineffective. Other organizations will find that while it's perfect for collaboration, a separate service may be necessary to create actionable items. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, it just means another link in the chain.
AtTask is the best Project Management Software solution that I've used...Their support staff is stellar. I'm in the process of trying to convince managers from my new organization to switch to this tool.
Asana is a blazingly fast collaborative task list that supports multiple projects.
Once you understand Wrike it's easier to navigate. However, if you are not computer savvy, it takes a long time to learn how to be a user of Wrike.
We love Clarizen, glad to see it being improved. All of our project managers & engineers have used it for years - its the best project development software we have heard of, so we will continue to use for a long time.
Work[etc] is being used by Virtual Resort Manager, Inc. primarily as CRM and project management tools. This products allow us to keep close contact with our clients and manage internal development projects such as websites. I mainly use this for CRM and have used other CRM softwares. I have to say this one is the best yet. The other products did a good job of managing tech support, however they didn't offer other features such as project management in an all in one solution. The software also helps us maintain and centralize company documents making our internal knowledge base available anywhere and to anyone in VRM. I look forward to exploring other features and the continued feature upgrades Work[etc] has to offer!
MindJet MindManager Review: "Need to provide some visual POP to your vision, roadmap, responsibilities or tutorial? You need MindManager!"
Quit simply I cannot continue to gain support and understanding of my visions and responsibilities within my organization without the ability to visualize out my passion, if I had to revert back to Visio or FreeMind, my presentations would be boring and plain like everyone else's! Within a month many departments outside of mine were asking about the product I used and had put in requests to acquire their own copy of MindManager.
Podio is great for organizing and managing projects in team environments. Podio has streamlined the lead tracking process allowing leads to be followed up on appropriately and freeing time to actually pursue leads.
Connectwise has been good for a number of years but feels a little dated. The CW community is strong, and the software scales pretty well...If I was starting anew, I would seriously be looking at Salesforce as an option.