This page compares project management and ticket tracking systems.
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Distributions (Installation Profiles)
A complete intranet solution for colaboration including calendars and tickets.
A complete project management and ERP solution for service providers for managing projects and company processes. Including CRM, DMS, invoicing.
OpenLucius is a team collaboration & project management system. Where employees (and optionally third parties: partners, clients or suppliers) can safely work together online with help of projects, todo-lists & todo's, documents, messages, calendars & events, dashboards, global overviews, activity streams and faceted search.
A pre-configured instance of Drupal PM (see below).
A ticketing system / helpdesk with comprehensive email integration, charting, and invoicing.
Makes it possible to alter (change values of) fields on a node when leaving a comment. Uses only comment and Diff modules.
|Open Atrium Work Tracker
A Work tracker for Open Atrium 2.0 which is based on Comment Alter and integrates seamlessly into Open Atrium's paradigm for flexibility.
Provides a configurable state (ie "status", "property", "type") and assignment system for issue management. Uses views heavily.
|Drupal PM (Project Management)
A complete project management package, including project, task and time tracking. Utilises Drupal fields and integrates with other Drupal modules. Add on modules provide gantt charts and invoicing. (Previous name was Storm)
|Project and Project issue
Mainly aimed at software projects, and is the system that runs the issue queue on Drupal.org.
|To do list
Task management system.
Feedmine is a Drupal feedback interface to Redmine, a Rails-based ticket / issue management system
Ticket system for Ubercart
Provides tight coupling with a single Redmine support project to allow users to manipulate a Redmine project from a Drupal site.
Provides several features - hard to tell what makes it different from the other systems after just reading the project page.