I have tried out some Project Management tools like Asana, Trello, VersionOne, RallyDev and watched the demos of others, but I would like to trim down to two – RallyDev and Visual Studio Team Foundation Service (TFS).
Why just the two? Because based on the requirements of the organization, only RallyDev and TFS fit the bill.
RallyDev is the most popular when it comes to Agile Project Management. Its Community Edition is free for up to 10 users and 5 projects. I have already signed up and been exploring the demo. And I like what I am seeing. I can create User Stories, Backlogs, set Estimations, track iteration/team/product status, facilitate test cases and lot more.
Visual Studio’s TFS can also do Agile project management. I have experience with TFS for version-control, task management and test plans creation. Plus, TFS is already integrated with Visual Studio.
We can use TFS for the time being. If for some reason, we would need to look for another PM tool, then we could try RallyDev.