Top 10 Open Source Web-Based Project Management Software for Business or Personal Use | Articles.

Today, the kind of project management software that is available can be used for a variety of tasks that are not limited to managing software based projects. Apart from offering planning, organizing, and resource management tools, this web-based software is also accessible via a web browser and does not require any installation. In addition, they come with access control features such as multi-user and are extremely user friendly. Some of the leading research organizations and companies across the globe use these open source web-based project management software:

Codendi

Offered by Xerox, this open-source collaborative development platform gathers all the required tools for software development from one interface. Mainly used for managing software project processes, it offers tools for reporting, tests, requirements, documents, management and versioning of code, bugs, etc.

Redmine

 Written using the Ruby on Rails framework, this cross-platform, cross-database, and flexible project management web application comes with a calendar and gantt charts that aid visual project and deadline representation.

ProjectPier

 This self-hosted PHP software helps organizations communicate and collaborate and it combines the freedom and scalability of self-hosting with the functions of commercial groupware or project management products. It enables project, team, and task management using an intuitive web interface.

Trac

This bug-tracking tool allows information hyperlinking, computer bug database, wiki content, and revision control. It also acts as a web interface to version control systems like Git, Mercurial, Bazaar, Subversion, and Darcs.

Project HQ

Similar to Basecamp and activeCollab, this fully database independent collaborative open source project management tool is built on open source technologies like Python, Pylons and SQLAlchemy. It used a structured workflow to aid the process of project management.

Collabtive

Published as an open source alternative to proprietary tools like Basecamp or ActiveCollab, this we-based project management software was started in November 2007.

eGroupWare

It is intended for small and large enterprises and its primary functions include managing contacts, appointments, projects, and to-do lists. It can be accessed through different supported groupware clients like Kontact, Novell Evolution, or Microsoft Outlook or via its native web-interface as well as on PDAs and mobile phones via SyncML.

KForge

It offers a complete web interface for project administration along with a fully-developed plugin system for adding new services and features.

OpenGoo

Its features include document, contact, time, email, and project management.

ClockingIT

This free Project Management solution ensures that project management teams stay on top of things always.

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