I've recently started using Project Drive (www.project-drive.net), and I'm really liking it's features and useability.
It seems to combine all the features of other programs in a user-friendly web interface, with better control and efficiency for collaboration and managing tasks.
Because it's web based, I can access it anywhere, as can all my team members. So far their service and hosting has been impeccable. They advertise 99.99% up-time, and I haven't had a single problem yet.
I find the web-hosted interface both convenient and easy to use. The interface is generally really intuitive, and they provide useful tips and help screens if you need help.
It has all the key elements provided by many other project management applications, including a timesheet module, gantt charts, project management templates, workflow and links, resource allocations, document sharing and management, automated communication tools, scheduling, recurring tasks, reporting, cost analysis and budgeting, exporting, user management and customization.
I couldn't ask for anything else. Their rates are also reasonable. They scale to the number of users, and have monthly and annual subscription plans. The monthly cost might be off-putting at first, but the fact that they host all that key information on their secure and reliable servers means I have a lot less to worry about, in terms of back-up. It also means we don't need to deal with any installation or compatibility issues. It works great in all the browsers we've tried so far, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and Google Chrome.
I highly recommend Project Drive.
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