GTD-Free is personal todo/action manager inspired by the GTD (Getting Things Done) method by David Allen. It tries to be a simple and easy to use management tool. It aims to guide users to manage very efficient GTD workflow even if they are not familiar with GTD or are too unorganized to follow it. The user interface is clean and simple at each step of the workflow: the user objective should be to get things done and spend a minimum of time with the tool itself.
Kimai is software that tracks work time and classifies it. It tracks time and prints out a summary (time sheet) of your activities on demand. The reports can be yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, or by action. Its interface is based on using a Web browser. You can install it as a Web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation. It is appropriate both for multiple simultaneous users or a single user. Kimai does not have to run to do the recording.
Rapla is a flexible multi-user resource and event management system. It features multiple calendars, periods, conflict management, hierarchies, and fully configurable resource and reservation types. The primary target of the program was universities. It allows coordination beetween the lectures and the administration. It offers multiple ways to view the available resources and schedule the events. It started as simple room booking software, but in the last five years it has evolved into a fully configurable framework for event and resource management.
Business Process Visual ARCHITECT is a full-featured business process modeler that supports the latest OMG Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). It provides an easy-to-use diagramming environment for you to model your business process, and is a proven solution for bridging the gap between business analysts and IT professionals.