Product Management Software

Product Management software solutions that you may find useful

Product Management Office Professional from the 280 Group
A collection of templates and on-demand training covering the entire Product Lifecycle.

Product Management Software

Focal Point from IBM Rational

Focal Point is a product management and portfolio management solution which enables product organizations to deliver the most important and most valuable products to their customers, while balancing customer needs against the needs of the business.  Focal Point offers the ability to collect and integrate multiple decision criteria from internal and external stakeholders and assess the impact of product and roadmap decisions, while continually validating the value of product investments.  In order to include every possible source of information, Focal Point captures market inputs such as win/loss analysis and competitive/market information, as well as customer details.  Focal Point is web-based and available as a self-hosted solution, or as SaaS.  Pricing is not publicly available.


Accompa is an on-demand requirements product management software solution for product managers. It enables product managers to store and manage requirements centrally, and share it across teams in real-time. It allows cross-functional teams to engage in discussions on each requirement and archive them for future reference and are searchable. All changes are automatically tracked, and there is a wizard to create preliminary MRD/PRD documents. It costs $25/month/user for the first 10 licenses, and $15/month/user after that. A 30-day fully functional free trial is available.


ProdThink is an easy way to collaborate with customers or teammates on a feature. Use ProdThink Product Management software to turn designs or wireframes into a clickable prototype.


ProdPad is Product Management Software for your whole team. It allows you to capture ideas from your team, flesh them out into product specs that your development team can use, and then put it on a roadmap that shows where you are now and where you’re going in the future.