Looking for a bug tracking system

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    Looking for a bug tracking system

    We are looking for a bug tracking system for our organization. We are mainly looking for an application that is easy to configure, allows working on multiple projects in the same time and has a Windows and Web user interface. Can anyone make any suggestions?

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    My company uses JIRA, and it seems to work pretty well.

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    For "commercial" side of things, TeamTrack is a big, sturdy and full-featured bug-tracking system. But I agree with the bugzilla suggestion - it's good and "free".

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    We used Siebel CRM at my previous company and I absolutely loved it!
    I'm using Bugzilla now at my current company and, well, now I can see why Bugzilla is free...

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    We use TTP or Test Track Pro. It seems to do ok.

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    I spent a long time with bugzilla, I like it.

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    Then there is this comparison list on wiki as well
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...acking_systems
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