Project Kaiser is a web-based project management software with quick and easy issue tracking, project documentation (wiki), forums, chats. Projects and issues can have unlimited hierarchy. Very fast and stable, requires no special knowledge. All-in-one everyday project management solution for managers and executors. Free for 5 users.
General functionalities: * Project management * Issue tracking * Unlimited projects and issues hierarchy * Requirements management * Wiki, forums and chats * Easy to install and update * Platform-independent server (Java) * Very fast (100% AJAX)
What's new in this version: New opportunity to register and to login to the program with their social network account.
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