dotProject is a web-based, multi-user, multi-language project management application.
This software tool is written in PHP and aims to be a best-of-breed project management system. Rather than a generic container approach like a Content Management System or groupware application, dotProject is designed to be a generic project management tool. The software is not intended to be a project planning tool, but serve as an information gathering and progress reporting tool.
dotProject aims to provide the project manager with a tool to manage tasks, schedules, communication and sharing.
This software is used in a large range of applications and environments, from small offices, the self-employed trying to organise their workload, multi-national companies, government departments, not for profit organisations, academic institutions and more.
- Data elements and management functions including: Projects / Tasks, Companies / Departments, Contacts, ToDo lists, Resources.
- Track dates and sort tasks by date.
- Track contact information and assign.
- Hierarchical Task List.
- Instant Color Coded Progress.
- Gantt charts.
- Report generation.
- Access control via ACL.
- Reporting and time logging.
- History of all activities.
- Troubleshoot ticketing system.
- Project Designer allows changes with regard to multiple projects and tasks.
- Resource Based Permissions.
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