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Developer(s)Terannum, s.r.o.
Stable release
Written in.Net
    Operating systemWindows
    TypeRapid application development
    WebsiteHome page

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    ObjectGears is a software tool for Rapid Application Development (RAD)) developed by Terannum]][1]). . Software contains implementation of various applications. ObjectGears supports and facilitates Project management a Requirements management and contains solutions for ITIL processes (Helpdesk, Incident management (ITSM), Problem management, Change management...) or Knowledge base. It provides flexible tools for collaboration and management of project tasks.


    • Quick application development within minutes and hours (Rapid Application Development)
    • Support for Project management (management of internal and external requirements, tasks and resources[2]), support of ITIL processes
    • Workflow management, Job management
    • Support of JavaScript and external modules
    • Strong support for localization
    • Monitoring and evaluation of resources
    • Provable project communication history, audit trail
    • Support for client service and Help desk
    • Sharing communication, information and documents in the team
    • Reports, KPI
    • Customer can monitor request solving and project status
    • Tasks by priorities or deadline
    • Full-text search, strong filtering tools
    • Project metrics


    • ObjectGears 1.7., released on December 8th, 2017[3]



    1. https://www.g2crowd.com/products/objectgears/reviews
    2. CIO Business World: System of resource management in CSOB Leasing - case study Available online.
    3. Version overview Available online

    See also[edit]

    • ITIL
    • Help desk
    • Knowledge base
    • Bug tracking system

    External links[edit]

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