Many of us are mandated to use whatever project management software our company uses, or our PMO has chosen, or in some cases what your company has created with their own home-grown software. I started out with Project Workbench many many years ago, and then migrated to Microsoft Project as about 98% of all project managers probably did, too. But MS Project is expensive, no doubt about it, and other options are available now - many web-based and many are low-cost.
What PM software is your company using now? And why? What software have you checked out that you think you'd like to be using? What features have drawn you to this software of choice? And what PM software options have you found to be cumbersome or have steep learning curves that make them undesirable for your needs.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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