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    Hello everyone:

    I was wondering what service people were using to help them manage their projects. To be more specific: something to help a lot of people coordinate many projects where when clients call up and talk to someone and employees are working on different tasks related to completing the project. In my head I have it being something like there's a list of all projects in a column on the left and when you click on one the main window fills with a list of everything that's happened on the project, who we talked to,what we talked about, what if anything was received/sent, etc., and the list would just be in chronological order. Does that make sense what I'm looking for? Is anyone using anything like that?

    Thanks in advance

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    ERP software. Some are cheaper (JobBoss around $100/month) and some are a little spendy (Netsuite at $1000/month). Take your time and do your research.
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    Yes. "ERP software" was the term I was looking for. Thank you. And there are a bunch of them... wow.

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    Here's a helpful link showing market share of some of the top ERP software platforms.

    https://www.datanyze.com/market-share/erp--346
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    There are a handful of project management solutions you don't have to pay for until you want advanced features. Here are a handful to consider.

    Trello
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    Quote Originally Posted by meichner View Post
    There are a handful of project management solutions you don't have to pay for until you want advanced features. Here are a handful to consider.

    Trello
    Asana
    Monday.com
    I second Trello if you need something that doesn't cost and does the job. Minimal but not overly complicated if you are familiar with project management software.

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