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Good Team Software

Hi all,
I am basically looking for some opinion on some good team software to help with tasks such as system documentation, bug tracking, help desk intergration, timesheets etc. We currntly use team foundation servers built in systems but are increasingly finding them lacking in functionality and features.

Preferably, we are looking for a complete package with a short learning curve, but I'd be happy to hear suggestions for usage of seperate systems integrated together.

Cheers, Chris.
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ozymandiasCommented:
Have a look at OnTime by AxoSoft : http://www.axosoft.com/.

We have been using it for a while and it's pretty fully featured, intuitive and easy to learn.
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icb01co2Author Commented:
ozymandias, that is very interesting as I found this piece of software too. Unfortinatly after presenting it to the MD he basically rejected it out right. I think that the ridiculous subscription fee for TFS means that he refuses to use any other piece of kit that has a price tag assosiated with it, so now I'm on the path of finding open source stuff. Shame cause this really did look like what we were after.

Chris.
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ozymandiasCommented:
When you say "open source" I assume you actually mean free.
JIRA is a pretty good open source bug tracker and more but that doesn't make it free.
I think Bugzilla is still free, but I'm not sure it does all you want.
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