Management software is a general phrase used to describe a category of computer software designed to help streamline the complexity of large projects and tasks as well as facilitate team collaboration and project reporting. Most management software solutions can also handle resource and employee management, schedule coordination, task assignment, budgeting, time and risk analysis and more.
Management software is a broad term that can also apply to financial management software, network management software, customer relationship management software, asset management software or inventory management software.
See also All About Software: Categories of Applications Software Explained.
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