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The best project management system for your team


FogBugz project management software helps you spend less time on managing, and more on creating your digital masterpiece. Align your team under a common purpose that allows you to plan, track and release great software.


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is more than a race to close issues. We know every team can craft great software,
you just need the best tools and the right information.

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FogBugz provides all you need to make great software, including project management, issue tracking, and support, fused with just enough process to help you deliver. Plus, there’s robust integration with other best of breed tools like Slack, GitHub and Google Docs.

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We're different than JIRA


We created FogBugz for teams of 5 to 50 devs, and we still follow this same direction, optimizing everything to jump-start SMBs. Fogbugz includes all the features you need directly in the product, while JIRA breaks the product apart to appear less expensive, and then charges you for each integration or add-on. We come with a pre-built structure for software development, while JIRA makes you suffer their soul-killing workflows

Why Choose FogBugz?


FogBugz is a versatile project management tool made by developers for software teams. Just enough workflows to follow your team existing process and keep it on track, whether that's full agile or more adhoc Each case is assigned to one person, every responsibility in your project has a clear owner Helps reduce email, letting you capture bug reports from users through email or web forms and also handle core help desk tasks by handling your inbox. Cases are persistent over time, so if someone on your team leaves, all the knowledge they shared and the decisions they've made are still captured in cases for future references

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