Any recommendations for portfolio management software? What makes your recommendation stand out?

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Director of IT in Software, 201 - 500 employees
I have been using Mint, and I like it. I haven't really spent too much time comparing it with other tools, it was a recommendation from a friend, and that's how I started using it, but it's been good, so I have never had to look for a replacement.
CIO in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I would give thumbs up to ‘Forecast’ , I found their project and portfolio and resource management and review features to be comprehensive enough for overall coverage and useful for large teams which met out expectations. 
Venture Partner, VP Products, Chief Product Officer in Energy and Utilities, 10,001+ employees
Planview might be one to check out in the PPM space. 
Director of IT in Healthcare and Biotech, 201 - 500 employees
Mint, like Ajet, it was recommended by a friend and I’ve never bothered to look at alternatives since it works well enough.
Group Executive, IT in Services (non-Government), 51 - 200 employees
For Project portfolio management in a smaller and more agile environment, I recomend Asana, or Jira Work management. Both: 1) easy to onboard and use; 2) variety of templates for all type of Projects and programs; 3) Built-in reporting across projects and portfolio. 
Chief Technology Officer in Media, 2 - 10 employees
I have been using trello. It provides easy, drag-and-drop editing, automated email notifications, developer API, activity logs, voting options, mobile-friendly views and so on.

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