Roadmap software is frequently used to plan the upcoming work on a project, helping project managers and their teams balance workload, coordinate and prioritize activities, and track progress in a transparent way. Despite the variety of roadmap apps in the market, choosing the best one for your team can be time-consuming as you’ll need to review all their various features and see if they suit specific needs or integrate with any other project management tools you may be already using.
To help you with the selection process, we’ve picked out 10 of the best roadmap tools in 2019 based on user ratings. The candidates are:
Average rating (GetApp, TrustRadius, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.63/5
Offering schedule visualization tools, project templates (called “roadmaps”) and team collaboration functionalities, Roadmunk is a cloud-based project management software suitable for all industries and businesses of all sizes. With a user-friendly interface, the product is easy to implement in an existing environment and allows you to:
- Rank tasks based on priority
- Attach files to specific tasks
- Create a roadmap starting from one of the pre-built designs available or by uploading CSV files or Jira data
- Customize and configure the roadmap to suit a particular project
- Export the roadmap in several popular formats and share them with colleagues
- Assign one of three permission levels to team members (if you’re the administrator)
- Try it out through a free trial (the paid subscription is on a monthly basis, with prices ranging from $19 to $99+ based on the plan you choose).
Average rating (Software Advice, GetApp, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.54/5
Aha! is a cloud-based project management solution that allows users to create customized product, manufacturing, marketing, technology and consulting roadmaps, thus catering to a wide range of industries. Including Kanban boards, task lists, analytics and collaboration as primary features, the software supports agile and scrum workflows and integrates with applications such as Jira, Zendesk, Slack, Dropbox, Visual Studio, Trello and others.
The free trial option is available, supported by demos, a getting-started guide and knowledge base.
Average rating (Software Advice, GetApp, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.5/5
Managers who prefer to use visual overviews of their project to communicate plans for future work to teams of all sizes can find a reliable resource in ProductPlan. A cloud-based visual roadmap platform, it allows the easy and quick creation of roadmaps that can be customized with timeframes, tags, legends and filters, shared with viewers and exported as PDF, image or spreadsheet. Tracking any change or update made to the roadmap, the software integrates with major project management tools such as Jira, Slack, and Pivotal Tracker, helping you to avoid double work.
It comes in both free and paid versions (three plans – Business = $39/mo/user, Enterprise = $69/mo/user, and Enterprise Plus = $99/mo/user), the payment being billed annually.
Average rating (GetApp, TrustPilot, G2Crowd, Capterra): 4.46/5
A cloud-based project management tool suitable for individual use and teams of 5 to 5000, ProWorkflow helps you easily track tasks, progress, resources and invoices through customizable features tailored to your business profile.
Users can choose from three plans: Solo ($10/month) – ideal for freelancers, Professional ($20/month/user), and Advanced ($30/month/user) – most suitable for large teams. Customers who pay 1 year in advance get a 10% discount.
Average rating (Software Advice, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.44/5
Targetprocess is a cloud-based modular software that supports project management using a combination of Scrum, Kanban and the user’s preset work solution. Ensuring data visualization at every level of the organization, the tool allows users to prioritize incoming work with visual encoding cues, signal every change with live updates, and track progress and manage risks through alerts.
Targetprocess offers a 30-day free version, a free trial for their Company plan (which costs $20/mo/user) and an Enterprise package, with prices tailored to the customer’s needs.
Average rating (GetApp, TrustPilot, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.42/5
An on-premise project scheduler that directly integrates into PowerPoint as an add-on, Office Timeline helps business professionals automatically turn their data into easy-to-follow timelines and Gantt charts. Offering pre-built, customizable templates and task tracking features such as Duration or Percent Complete, the add-in integrates with applications such as Wrike, Smartsheet and Microsoft Excel for importing and exporting data pointers.
The PowerPoint roadmap maker offers two plans, Free and Plus ($59/year). While the free version is fully-functional, the Plus edition’s users get access to more customization options and productivity features.
Average rating (GetApp, TrustRadius, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.18/5
Offering diverse project management functionalities (Kanban, roadmaps, collaboration, idea management), ProdPad is a flexible product that integrates with Jira, Slack, Trello and other major tools used for project management purposes. You get access to a different host of features and level of administrative rights depending on which of their three plans you select (Essential, Advanced and Performance).
Each of them comes with a free trial, whereas the paid versions cost $99/month (Essential), $299/month (Advanced) and $999/month (Performance).
Average rating (TrustRadius, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4.1/5
Roadmap Planner is a desktop/mobile tool that allows organizations from various business domains to create business development, marketing and product vision roadmaps. Access to different planning, visualization, management, and data exchange functionalities depends on the plan you choose (Basic or Pro).
In terms of pricing, the only free version is the one with basic features for a single user, the options that include more users and different features implying subscription payment ($4.00/month/user).
Average rating (Software Advice, TrustPilot, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 4/5
Suitable for both enterprises and SMBs, Wrike is a cloud-based project management solution that comes with Gantt charts, workload view for resource management, custom dashboards and calendars. Structuring via folders, tasks and projects and auto-assignment based on task status is possible as well.
Depending on the number of users and features required, you can choose from a variety of plans: Free (limited to 5 users and basic features), Professional ($9.80/mo/user), Business ($24.80/mo/user), Marketers and Enterprise.
Average rating (Software Advice, TrustPilot, G2 Crowd, Capterra): 3.82/5
Designed for teams in companies of all sizes across various industries, Craft is a cloud-based software that allows project and product managers customize workflows, track time spent/progress in Scrum story points and add/update tasks and priority scores as needed. With features such as product road mapping, idea, task and release management, version control, and feedback collection, the tool helps efficiently plan product releases, milestones and initiatives within a project.
Users who try out the free 14-day trial and decide to buy can choose from three plans: Essential = $39/month/user, Pro = $89/month/user, and Enterprise = price established after sales consultation.