In our company we are using Polarion, an ALM solution that connects change management (task/bug tracking), wiki, version control (Subversion) and optionally also requirements management and build management.
Our company actually is Polarion Software, but we are using our own product not because we have to, but because we like to - making it the best for ourselves hopefully means making it the best for other users as well.
While addressing the highest ALM disciplines, Polarion also comes in a flavor called Track & Wiki, a rich-featured tracker and wiki integration at an affordable price. There was also a completely free tracker edition (without wiki) but that one is no longer maintained.
If somebody here ever tried Polarion and has something to say on why they prefer it to another tool or vice versa, I will be happy to know.
My reasons to use Polarion (from the user point of view) include:
- It is integrated, all-in-one solution
- It is easy to use, configure and maintain
- It has an Eclipse plugin as well as some for other IDEs
- It is based on open standards and technologies
- It is deeply integrated with Subversion, no proprietary data storage
- No lock-in, all the data visible live and ready to be manipulated in SVN repository (XML)