Easy Projects is a project management software program developed by Logic Software Inc. Logic Software is based out of Toronto, Ontario and is currently headquartered in the United Kingdom. The company employs under 50 people and is a Microsoft Silver Partner for Application Development.
The company created the software in 2003 when it needed a project management option for their own use but was disappointed with the selections that were currently available in the marketplace. The company's customers loved the product and asked to purchase the product for their own needs. The product has been available on the commercial market ever since.
Opening its doors in 2000, FunctionFox has grown to provide its project management system to over 100,000 users in over 120 countries. The company understands not only how vital time-tracking is to creative companies, but also how difficult it is to do it right, because it was conceived, researched, designed and developed in house by an advertising agency. FunctionFox focuses on reducing errors by providing management software with an clean interface and intuitive process.
Nuvro was developed in June of 2017 in Arizona. The company works to make online project management easy. Nuvro’s goal is for users to spend less time trying to bend current software to meet their needs and spend more time accomplishing their business goals.
Basecamp provides a robust project management program that helps clients see a project's successful flow from start to finish and everywhere in between. The project management program allows individuals or companies to connect with fellow employees and team members on critical projects, both large and small. Team members can also collaborate with cross-functional teams, clients, vendors and other third-party stakeholders on the given project.
Basecamp has been in operation for more than 15 years. Though its company headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois, many of the company's employees work remotely. The company has a large client base, having worked with more than 285,000 companies last year alone. Basecamp helped these clients with an astounding 2 million-plus projects.
The privately held company was formerly known as 37signals. It was named after the 37 radio telescope signals the astronomer Paul Horowitz identified as potential messages from extraterrestrial intelligence.
The company was renamed to Basecamp in 2014 to focus exclusively on its flagship product. It was co-founded by Jason Fried, Ernest Kim, and Carlos Segura in 1999. Jason Fried was left as the remaining founder after the other two gentlemen left the company a few years later. Basecamp released a new version of its software application in 2012. Over 6,000 companies worldwide use the platform.
Celoxis is a web-based project management solution company headquartered in India. The privately held company was founded by Nikhil Daddikar and Ravindra Wankar in 2001. The software assists companies in managing financials, resources, projects, and collaboration in one integrated application. The software is available in both SaaS and on-premise versions. The founders state on their website that they have and continue to read every support ticket that is raised concerning their software on a daily basis.
The software even supports seven languages:
Celoxis software features reporting, custom fields, time tracking, budgeting, charts and dashboards. The software is ideal for any projects from start to finish.
Intervals project management software was developed by the California-based web design and development agency Pelago. The software was launched in 2006 by company founders Braden Jones, Michael Payne, and John Reeves. Intervals was designed to be a feature-rich and easy-to-use project management tool for a wide variety of business types. It is best suited for freelancers and small to medium sized businesses.
Intervals desires to help others organize and manage chaotic workflows. Users in over 100 countries currently use the software platform. The software has attracted big-name clients such as Ghirardelli Chocolate, NBCUniversal Digital Distribution, Warner Brothers, and the Pampered Chef.
JIRA is a cross platform advanced project management solution developed in 2002 by enterprise software company Atlassian. The software comes equipped with proprietary bug and issue tracking features. It is suitable for any business type and size and perfect for stakeholders and project managers.
The product's name JIRA comes from a shortened version of Gojira, the Japanese name for Godzilla. The founders, Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes, started the software company with no sales force. The company has since grown to 12 locations globally with over 1,100 employees, 40,000 customers, and millions of users. The company's headquarters are located in Sydney Australia.
Project Insight is an enterprise web-based project management software solution developed by Metafuse, Inc. The software can be used for any-sized business across all industries. Project Insight is designed specifically for project managers who need a powerful and easy-to-use program to meet company objectives quickly and efficiently.
Metafuse began in 1996 and specializes in solving technological problems for its customer base. The public company's headquarters are located in Phoenix, Arizona and employs under 50 people. The company provides a multitude of web-based services including search engine optimization, web hosting, responsive websites, and e-commerce. Metafuse Inc. is also a Microsoft Certified Partner and Developer.
Workfront is a software-as-a-service individual task and project management software solution. The platform features issue tracking, time management tracking, and portfolio management. Its mission is to help businesses conquer the chaos of excessive email, redundant meetings, and disconnected tools. The company was created in 2001 by Scott Johnson. He developed the software to manage workflow and communication better.
Workfront is based in Lehi, Utah. The privately held company was originally called AtTask and changed its name recently to Workfront in 2015. Workfront employs 500+ people.
Well-known clients of the Workfront software platform include:
The software is used by more than 1,000 organizations in 65 countries. It has been selected by Inc as one of the 500 fastest private companies, owing to its tremendous growth.
Clarizen is a cloud-based work and project management solution based out of San Mateo, California. The software combines flexible workflow automation and powerful project management tools in an enterprise-grade platform. The name Clarizen is a combination of the words clarity and zen, which describes what the company desires to bring to businesses in getting work done.
The privately held company started in 2006 and employs over 50 people. Its software serves 2,500+ businesses worldwide in over 76 countries and has won several industry awards. 25 of these clients are Fortune 500 enterprises. Clarizen also has regional headquarters in London and Tel Aviv, IL.
In addition to its headquarter locations, the company's offices can be found in Israel, Taiwan, France, Australia, South Africa and Russia. The company has a strong reputation, having worked with large, worldwide clients such as Deloitte, Mazda and Ricoh, among many others.
Clarizen has received some accolades including:
The software is useful for IT teams, marketing teams and, of course, project managers. Users are able to create and modify team calendars, track time, engage in social collaboration, and monitor risk management and product portfolio management.