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Guaranteed Uptime SLA
Personal account manager
60-minute live demo for your team
Unlimited projects & tasks, multiple dependencies
Unlimited guest users
Phone, Remote Access, Email and Live Chat Support
Storage space: 50GB
Interactive Gantt Chart
Mobile Version for iPhone, Android, etc
# of Portfolios: Unlimited
# of Custom Fields: Unlimited
Time Logs Approvals & Lockdown
Up to 50 users
Barracuda Copy integration
Barracuda SignNow integration
Task list templates
Manage tasks by email
Reply by email
Create tasks by email
Share files via email
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Been a Basecamp user for more than 10 years. Our company has embraced this product to manage many of our consulting projects. We manage a few 100 projects in this system at any one time and regularly archive projects as they close down. We've found it to be a great resource that provides all the basic tools need to manage a project, including calendars, file posts, message areas, and to do lists.The user interface is relatively intuitive, and takes minimal training for new staff. Our clients enjoy this as a central place to see all their vital project data, and a log of all the message exchanges and file versions that have been shared time. Most of our clients work for government agencies, and they have very limited inbox space via email accounts. Whereas, Basecamp allows for MUCH larger files (up to 2 GB, but big for us is a few 100 MB), so we can confidently post everything we need to on this site and trust that the client time can get access to it. We have chosen to stick with Basecamp Classic, although they have since released version 2 and 3. Those both look like great products. However, many of our public agency clients lag behind with older operating software and browsers, so we are still hanging on.The newer version has much nicer methods for adding people onto a project or message exchange. More flexible, and less need for admins to intervene.
The main advice I would give any organization considering a project management platform is to make sure it will be adopted from the top down. Our company has struggled to maintain the excitement and momentum we had when first implementing because many of our leaders are not using it, therefore causing employees to slack off and move away from using the system. We have been using Redbooth for about a year in our Corporate Support Center. Our Marketing Department mainly uses it to manage creative requests from our nationally dispersed Client Support and Business Development teams. (We were previously using email/sticky notes). Redbooth has been a life-changing tool for our graphic designer. She is able to attach designed documents directly in Redbooth, get feedback, make adjustments, and resend — all without having to access email. In addition, our Client Managers can submit a request (and research the status of their requests) from anywhere. The interface itself is very intuitive. And, similar to Trello, the individual tasks can be very simple (name, owner, due date), or they can get really complex (description, attached documentation, etc.). Where it differs from Trello is that users have the ability to see their own tasks aggregated on the dashboard, rather than having to move project to project to see each one’s associated tasks. Perhaps our favorite feature is the video calling / screen sharing. We have GoToMeeting and use it frequently for meetings with clients, but we have switched many internal meetings over to Redbooth. In addition, for one-on-ones with remote team members, we are able to have a “face to face” meeting over the Internet! Redbooth also offers an iPhone app, but from my experience it is lacking. The app constantly needs “refreshed” to see the most up-to-date tasks, meaning it is not truly real-time.
Wednesday 04 April 2012
The new Basecamp from 37signals is out, and I’ve been using it for about a month now. It’s an amazing product and, pending some minor tweaksandadditions, poised to become the new standard for project management tools to adhere to. I’ve used the original Basecamp (now renamed to Basecamp Classic) for a long time and I always had mixed feelings about it. It did a lot of things well, but as a whole, it often felt like a drag; keeping Basecamp updated became a task of its own.More about Basecamp
Monday 06 July 2009
Because they offered a free trial, and because EasyProjects.net seemed like such a fully featured, powerful tool, I was expecting to find that converting to a full account would be quite costly. It turns out that isn’t necessarily true, especially if you’re just looking for a single-user solution.More about Easy Projects
Monday 20 October 2014
Redbooth online collaboration software is simple to use, flexible, affordable and has great integrations. It has displayed continuous growth both as a company and as a collaboration platform. Over 400,000 client organizations including Fortune 100 companies can attest to it.More about Redbooth
Wednesday 31 December 1969
One of the most popular choices for project management is BaseCamp. The company has a strong consumer following, but has severe limitations when it comes to interacting with clients.More about Basecamp
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