What's the best project management software for enterprise?

8 votes

JIRA 75%

Asana 13%

Trello 13%

Basecamp 0%

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Discussion

8 Comments
  • Karol K
    12 days ago

    Use JIRA when working with a team on larger software projects, and if you’re utilizing things like scrum for managing your work.

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  • Karol K
    12 days ago

    Use Trello if you’re looking for a tool that you and your team can use for free, and that gives you ultimate freedom to manage your projects however you wish.

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  • ubiq
    JIRA
    12 days ago

    Jira is a detailed tracking and project management tool meant for big businesses and large-scale projects. Asana, in contrast, is aimed at smaller and non-software teams.

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  • phil_lgr
    Trello
    11 days ago

    At a previous job, I remember my manager and the team were evaluating Asana vs Jira vs some kanban board.. the initial load time and perf of asana were a big reason why we decided to use a more "light weight" product

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  • mmdolbow
    11 days ago

    Anyone have experience with Jira vs. Asana?

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  • Bridget Rogers
    11 days ago

    Jira should be the choice for technical firms – Jira allows for bug reporting and feature reporting to be managed on their own, and debugging is a huge part of software development. Jira is also a little more flexible than Asana, but Jira is blocked by at least one monetary entry barrier; you can either pay for it all at once and host the service on your own hardware, or pay monthly per user to get a better economy of scale.

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  • Gudjon Mar Gudjonsson
    11 days ago

    We keep our product roadmap in a Master Backlog list in Asana

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  • Swamy Gowda
    11 days ago

    JIRA has established itself as a comprehensive solution for managing various kinds of projects in a company. It has a simple interface where one can quickly create various kinds of projects, invite teams, start stacking up Issues in the scrum/kanban boards. For complex projects it does provide lots of customization (this is where the JIRA’s differentiation is compared to other PM tools), starting from Issue types per project , the workflow for the Issues, structure of the Issue, tracking fields etc.

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