Über Redmine

Redmine ist eine cloudbasierte Open Source-Projektmanagementlösung, die auf dem Ruby-on-Rails-Programmier-Framework basiert. Es handelt sich um eine plattform- und datenbankübergreifende Lösung, mit der Nutzer mehrere Projekte innerhalb des Systems verwalten können. Admins können jedem Nutzer verschiedene Rollen für jedes Projekt zuweisen. Mit dem Problemmanagementsystem können Nutzer den Status jedes Problems definieren und die Priorität auf Bedarfsbasis festlegen. Nutzer können Workflow-Übergänge für jeden Problemtyp und jede Rolle festlegen. Die Lösung verfügt über ein Dokumentenverwaltungssystem, mit dem Nutzer Dateien auf dem System freigeben können. Nutzer können über ihre Messaging-Plattformen miteinander zusammenarbeiten. Weitere Funktionen umfassen Gantt-Diagramme, einen Kalender, Zeiterfassungsfunktionen, Feeds und E-Mail-Benachrichtigungen sowie Selbstregistrierungsunterstützung. Redmine unterstützt mehrere Datenbanken wie MySQL, PostgreSQL oder SQLite. Die Lösung verfügt über mehrere LDAP-Authentifizierungsunterstützung (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol). Die Kundenbetreuung erfolgt über Foren und Chat.
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Redmine Preis

Redmine bietet eine kostenlose Testversion. Die kostenpflichtige Version von Redmine ist ab 25,00 $ verfügbar.

Startpreis:
25,00 $
Kostenlose Version:
Nein
Kostenlose Testversion:
Ja

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Funktionsbewertung

Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
4,4
Funktionalität
3,9
Bedienkomfort
3,8
Kundenbetreuung
3,4
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Stephan
  • Branche: Forschung
  • Unternehmensgröße: 11–50 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
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Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
5
Funktionen
5
Bedienkomfort
2
Kundenbetreuung
3

3
Bewertet am 10.3.2024

Gute Opensource Lösung - aber nicht ohne Einschränkung zu verwenden

Gutes Tool als kleine und günstige Lösung.

Vorteile

Vielfältige Möglichkeiten in der Nutzung und Konfiguration

Nachteile

„Nur“ über die Community mit Support abgedeckt. Kauflösungen sind aber vorhanden.

Matthew
Matthew
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
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Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
5
Funktionen
5
Bedienkomfort
5
Kundenbetreuung
5

5
Bewertet am 6.6.2018

Best Project Tracker/Management/Team Tool bar none

Excellent project/tracker management - faster execution of projects

Vorteile

You can get the bare bones redmine up and running in minutes using a bitnami stack. Out of the box it's built for speed and simplicity, but if you are prepared to put some minimal effort in to add plugins, you can add many features, all free, that take it to the next level.

Nachteile

The barebones version leads many (reviewers on this site included) to think that's all there is. It's built to be modular and extensible, so if you don't like the UI, you can simply add themes, if you want it to do additional stuff like tight email integration, agile (yes there are multiple free versions), helpdesk, Work Breakdown Structures, Charts, fully customized menu bar, repositories, Vault, Excellent Wiki, integrations to Slack and other ticket systems etc - you can do all of that. But because people see versions of Jira or Service Now running with more features (both of which require much more knowledge and effort), they think that redmine is underpowered. So imho that would be my main issue - it's reputation regarding functionality and security - both unfounded.

Nguyen
Nguyen
  • Branche: Informationstechnologie & -dienste
  • Unternehmensgröße: 51–200 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
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Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
5
Funktionen
4
Bedienkomfort
4
Kundenbetreuung
3

4
Bewertet am 15.11.2019

Good Opensource software

Many plugins but sometimes the plugins may contain some security bugs. Be aware of it. Becasue you might have some sensitive information on Redmine

Vorteile

ya, it's free. And we can optimize it as our own way. Becasue sometime you need to make it suitable for your organization. But for the Commercial software, you can only request them and wait for them. With Redmine, you can do everything you want to make it fit to your people.

Nachteile

End-user always complain me about the software is hard to use. For me, a tech, I fell it's OK. But End-user they might need something pretty, beautiful and more visualization.

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

Jira und ONLYOFFICE Workspace

Warum Redmine gewählt wurde

it's free and be able to customize

Zuvor genutzte Software

Jira
Binigya
  • Branche: Computerspiele
  • Unternehmensgröße: 11–50 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für 1-5 Monate genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung
Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
4
Funktionen
3
Bedienkomfort
2
Kundenbetreuung
3

3
Bewertet am 19.10.2020

Redmine - Mine full of possibilities

My experience with Redmine has been a mixed bag. It is free, so it was a good start to using a fully fledged project management tool and get used to the process. It had adequate tracking features and after a bit of time, our team got used to it. But its archaic UI, confusing UX and a headache during deployment and frequent downtimes can seriously impede your project management process. So, it was a strictly OK experience for me with some pain points that were too impactful to ignore, so we had to make a switch to a better, a paid option.

Vorteile

Redmine is a project tracking tool with good intentions. I like that it is free, open source and comes with comparable features to its paid counterparts. I love its Git integrations, flexible time tracking options and multiple databases support, even though it may take a bit of tinkering the first time around. But most of all, it is free and that is its biggest plus point. Anyone, with some configuration can get started with it.

Nachteile

Where do I start? Redmine is free, so we have to keep that in mind too as it allows you to dip your toes into the waters of project management tools. I really dislike the UI and UX. Granted, you have some themes but that doesn't help its case. The UI looks aged and the UX is somewhat terrible. Our team took a lot of time to grasp it and use it properly. And even then, we were making a lots of mistakes and couldn't find the data we wanted quickly. Redmine does have lots of features but most of them are half-baked. And also, according to the deployment team, the deployment was a headache. And we also got frequent downtime too. We were always getting 5xx errors and that seriously hampered our ability to track projects effectively.

Aaron
Aaron
  • Branche: Internet
  • Unternehmensgröße: 2–10 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung
Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
5
Funktionen
4
Bedienkomfort
5
Kundenbetreuung
0

4
Bewertet am 28.12.2020

Been using Redmine for over 10 years - tried lots of PM tools but keep with Redmine

We manage all our web development projects through Redmine, over 2000 now in total. I've tried several other PM tools but none had as much power or as good of a price as this!

Vorteile

So I run a small web development team, working with medium to large projects for all sorts of clients. We've been using Redmine for over a decade now and have tried several other project management tools that look nicer, load faster, and are easier to set up. However, Redmine is a solid product that allows you to fully describe project tasks, assign to team members, and keep up with project progress. Once you have it set up, it's easy to use and free except for the hosting. We go with the self hosting option but there is a Redmine hosting service I've seen. Definitely recommend.

Nachteile

Redmine is clunky, lacks good design, and out of the box, each action requires a new page load. If you do the self-hosted option, you have to install and configure this Ruby on Rails application which is a serious pain in the butt. We hired a guy to set it up for us (3 hours) and the hosting (over 2000 projects now) is costing $22/mo. So even though it's clunky, it does the job well. We are planning on installing some add-ons soon to make it load via Ajax and look nicer.

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