Cloudswave Score for Paymo
Rating based on 106 Critic Reviews
Martin Lischka, on GetApp
I am self-employed architect and have been using Paymo to track my time for my different clients and projects. Paymo fully answers my needs by detailed tasks for each project and flexible billing options. It is simple to use.
Pros : -simple -cost -Desktop and mobile apps -time tracker
Cons : -I missing google apps (google drive) integration instead of Paymos own file storage
Jeppe Skovsgaard Christensen, on GetApp
I've been searching the web for the perfect project management software for my needs and Paymo is spot on. I have my own design agency so I don't need a project management system bloated with features I don't use. Paymo is simple and has everything I need. I can even disable things I don't need. Many project management systems lack som basic "CRM" features like clients/contacts and notes/wiki. Paymo has both. As a small business I don't need all the advanced CRM features, I just need something simple to manage both projects, contacts and important notes. Combine that with a great user experience, simple but powerful features and a customisable interface and you have Paymo.
Pros : - All the right tools - Clarity - Great overview - Customisable UI (basic) - Easy to use - Desktop and mobile apps - Time tracker - Integrates with Zapier - Basic CRM features - Notes
Cons : - No kanban boards yet (will be released in 2016 though) - No contact categories (would be lovely to categorize contacts in folders like "client", "suppliers" and "leads") - Dashboard not customisable (will be released later in 2016 though)
This software has all the necessary modules and apps to track your invoicing hours if you are lawyer, freelancer or developer. It is simple and precise. I hate heavy applications and this one's got exactly what I need for a good price-value tariff.
Pros : Simple, light, generates great hour reports.
Cons : Can't integrate expenses in time reports.
Elizabeth Harrin, on Girl’s Guide to Project Management
If you run a consultancy, if you offer services to other businesses, if you are a freelancer, then this would work for you. It’s slick, well-designed and targeted to a particular market. The power of Paymo is in the integrated invoicing, financial reporting, billing and client management. If you didn’t need that then you’d be wasting much of the functionality, in my view, as that’s what it does best.
If you run a consultancy, if you offer services to other businesses, if you are a freelancer, then this would work for you. It’s slick, well-designed and targeted to a particular market.
The power of Paymo is in the integrated invoicing, financial reporting, billing and client management. If you didn’t need that then you’d be wasting much of the functionality, in my view, as that’s what it does best.
Newman Lanier, on BUX
Despite the learning curve, I’ll continue to use the software and learn the more advanced features like milestones, project budgets, and invoicing. Why? Because I trust them. They re-designed there ‘brochure’ website and it’s a complete improvement. If the same team redesigns the ‘back end’ of the app, we can expect very good things.
I like PayMo and I’m going to continue to use it. I figure many of the things I don’t like about it are really just getting to know the program and system. For a Windows user looking for a full-featured time tracker, PayMo is the way to go.
James Cull, on AppStorm
Although it won’t win any awards for looks, Paymo is an example of a great functional application with lots of extra little features built-in that make time tracking a breeze. It is suitable for individuals and for small businesses or internet startups who want to keep check of their employees and the attractive pricing strategy make it an affordable solution for all.
Joel Falconer, on The Next Web
aymo is the app I’ll be using to run my business starting next week. After searching for an app with a feature wishlist that is pretty much summarized by Paymo’s actual feature list, and an implementation that doesn’t make me hate time-tracking, I’m sold.
From Nicholas Jackson
I’m happy with my choice of Paymo, and I hope that you have a chance to give it a whirl. I like to keep things simple when it comes to project management and time tracking, Paymo does just that.
Freelancers and small businesses will benefit from using Paymo not only as a time tracker and invoice tool, but to analyze use of time and increase productivity. It is extremely easy to use with an uncluttered, attractive interface.
Ben Kepes, on Cloudave
All in all, I was impressed by the Paymo offering. $4 a month is very little to spend on an application that should aid billable hours and ease the hassle involved in invoicing those hours. The fact that it’s multi-currency and multi-lingual is yet another string to the Paymo bow.
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