Project Management Software Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Fred Sahakian says in a LiquidPlanner review
Training or Education at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
LiquidPlanner is a great tool for Getting Things Done enthusiasts and project managers in general. It allows you to break down your project into multiple steps with best/worst case time scenarios and then gives you a complete picture of the project timeline and tasks in an easy to understand format. The reminders are fantastic! I have used it has a professional with a paid account, and also as a university student with a free academic account. I have used the timer function to record how much time I am spending on a task so that I can bill clients or to just to have it for future reference, it's a nice feature! Uploading documents really makes sharing and keeping things in a central location very handy. View full review »
Georgy N Joseph says in a CA Clarity PPM review
Consultant at Ericsson
Time Entry, Resource Allocation, Interactive Dashboards, Risk Management, Integration with Jaspersoft reports. View full review »
Louise Fozard says in a JIRA review
Head Of Portfolio Management with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the Burndown Chart to see work that is outstanding. View full review »
Alexander Dobry says in a JIRA review
Fachbereichsleiter with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features are * the easy handling * drag and drop * what you see is what you get. It's, smooth, accessible. It fully supports the Scrum approach, and the Agile way of working, and it has Agile thinking behind it, so this is very much helpful. View full review »
reviewer812835 says in a JIRA review
Sr. QA Manager with 501-1,000 employees
The traceability mapping feature is something that became very useful, especially during releases and bug fixes. The creation of epics and stories/defects is also very useful and simple. View full review »
SystemsAf5ae says in a CA Clarity PPM review
Systems Administrator at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is very intuitive. Even if you do not have training documents or anything, you can start feeling your way around pretty easily. I like that piece of it. View full review »
ITManaged83b says in a CA Clarity PPM review
IT Manager at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Right now, it's the PPM piece of it, the scheduling, the Gantt, the task view. It gives that full visibility to the team. But we're wanting to take that further and start building upon the financial piece of it, doing extracts from contractors to employees, to determining resource planning and future planning, and doing "what-if" scenarios. View full review »
ProgramMa975 says in a CA Clarity PPM review
Program Management at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
Transparency and just having the ability to procure information that is pertinent. Not just the execution of programs in a more systemic way, but also from a strategic perspective; to understand the big rocks in the organization and how much money are we putting where our mouths are. View full review »
Jonathan Machado says in a JIRA review
Senior Test Engineer at a venture capital & private equity firm with 10,001+ employees
The most important is the Agile management, because we use Agile in our everyday tasks. Also, the task manager is important. View full review »
Satyajit Roy says in a JIRA review
UX Architect at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
Active sprints. It is like a Kanban Board drag and drop backlog to assign, to do, and finish the task. View full review »
reviewer1136874 says in a Bitrix24 review
System Administrator at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
What I like about this solution, is that it is easy to use and very stable. It's moderately customizable and we get all the features we want. View full review »
Peter Soncek says in an Asana review
I love the way it monitors all of the current and past projects, and it sends notifications to keep everything on the track. View full review »
Walter Ebeling says in a JIRA review
Senior Vice President Global IT Services at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
There is a very flexible configuration of "issues" and related life cycle. On top of it, the number of "add-ons" is overwhelming and of very good quality. I would consider the reporting capabilities to be the best feature, as ultimately the visibility of issues allows management of the projects. View full review »
Ahmed Shehata says in a Wrike review
IT Quality Section Head at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We find many of the features valuable, including: * User interface * Alternative Dashboards * Simple task and subtask creation and assignment * My work view * Security features * Integration features * Simple administration and account management * Account types, which provide a good distribution of external and internal users licenses * Individual workspaces View full review »
Peder Herborg says in a JIRA review
Head of Strategic Development, Retail with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the source linking on the commit level to git. View full review »
Scott Moshier says in a JIRA review
VP - Data Solutions with 11-50 employees
This solution is very easy to set-up and use. It is very intuitive. View full review »
Jeffrey Bloom says in a Microsoft Project review
Sr. Enterprise & Project Portfolio Manager/Consultant, Master Scheduler, Enterprise Architect with 1-10 employees
Dependencies (not typically effectively used in "Agile" techniques) allow understanding of actual project status and challenges. View full review »
Arun Srivastav says in a JIRA review
CEO with 11-50 employees
The most valuable features are the customized Dashboard, Sprint Planning, and Automatic Notifications. View full review »
Jean-Marc Iribe says in a JIRA review
PMO manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the full integration between Work management, Source code management, and Test Automation. This integration allows a full traceability during the development processes, which is mandatory for some industries like automotive, or security View full review »
Dan Carnahan says in a JIRA review
Service Owner with 501-1,000 employees
The features that we find most valuable are the Workflow, Scrum workflow, and Dashboards. View full review »
Chigozie Okereke says in a JIRA review
Senior Quality Assurance at Pegb Technology
The most valuable feature is the flexibility of the configuration, being able to configure it to suit your own needs. View full review »
Ananthi Nachimuthu says in a JIRA review
Senior Technical Writer at a software R&D company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature for us is the capability of assigning a task to a developer and resolving it. This tool can be used anywhere and on any device. View full review »
Anaya Struncova says in a JIRA review
Software Developer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features or functions that I have found in this software are several but mainly that it is a platform that gives the user the option to customize its interface to the point that it can be fully adapted to the team that implements it. This generates a great advantage since it is much easier for users to adapt to it and be able to work in a much more comfortable and highly effective way, in addition to providing tools that can be followed up on tasks or projects and give priority to them. It is really useful because in this way the team can focus on those who need a much closer delivery date. View full review »
Daryn Louw says in a JIRA review
Head of Product with 51-200 employees
Workflow management as very specific workflows can be configured to serve any number of business processes. View full review »
Rolf Schweingruber says in a JIRA review
Head of Embedded Development with 11-50 employees
* Sprint planning * Overviews over tasks and which assignees are doing what * Specific workflows for projects. View full review »
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