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|Title:||COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOFTWARE TOOLS FOR AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT|
|Abstract:||In order to achieve a competitive advantage on the market, companies must effectively manage projects, which includes the application of different methodologies, skills and knowledge during the planning, implementation and monitoring of projects. Also, the quality of the software product is largely determined by the management of the realization of that project. Therefore, the use of automated software tools is essential for successful project planning and management. There are many project management tools and software being developed every day to help managers automate the tracking of key parameters of projects throughout their life cycle. This paper describes in detail the features, advantages and disadvantages of the five most commonly used agile project management software, namely Jira, Trello, Asana, Basecamp and MS Project. These software are used in a large number of not only large corporations but also small and medium-sized enterprises. The main goal of the work is a comparative analysis of these software according to criteria such as the size of the organization, the size of the team, the type and scope of the project, for which a certain software is intended/suitable.Different projects require the use of different software tools. When choosing a tool, it is very important to consider the fact that the chosen tool corresponds to the requirements of the project. Each of these project management tools has its own unique features and strengths. It is important to evaluate each tool carefully and consider factors such as ease of use, feature set, and pricing before making a decision.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Engineering, Kragujevac|
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