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100 GB storage
Guaranteed Uptime SLA
Personal account manager
60-minute live demo for your team
External users Unlimited
Workspaces and Apps
Online support Priority
Storage space: from 100GB
Hierarchy of projects (folders): Unlimited levels
Discussions in tasks
Real-time Activity Stream
iPhone and Android apps
Advanced email integration
Basic Integrations Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and iCal
Dynamic timeline (Gantt Chart)
Mass actions with tasks Advanced
Dashboard With custom widgets, 20 shareable dashboards
Email Add-ins Outlook, Apple Mail
Additional Integrations MS Project, Excel, iCal, RSS
Single Sign On
Extended security controls
Our development team was fed up with flooded email tools like Outlook and we wanted something better and organized. Proofhub is a perfect blend of features that every team needs; it adds to our smart work!
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.
Great tool that speeds up our projects We've been using Wrike just for a couple of months, but it’s already obvious that our work has become faster and easier. To put it simply, with Wrike we can always keep track of who does what at any given moment on any of our projects. So can our clients: when necessary, we invite them as collaborators, and they can see the project status. As most of our projects have a huge design component , we also love Wrike’s capabilities for working with visuals: picture previews in tasks, adding images right in task descriptions and sharing files from Dropbox, which we also use a lot. If you want a flexible, all-in-one project management solution, then Wrike is definitely the way to go.
Basecamp is a solid project management tool that enables team coordination, team to-dos, shared discussions, shared and organized files, and other features. Its visual presentation is reasonably slick and its interface quite intuitive. I used Basecamp for old projects, but did not stay with it as I found its features were not sufficiently helpful for my small team and Use Case. However, I could log onto Basecamp and use the tool without reading the help guide - the interface of Basecamp was self-explanatory. Basecamp has both free and paid tiers, as well as allowing Users to log in for a free trial.
We used PODIO before, but configuring it to our needs was a lot of work as we did not know how to get the max benefit out of it. Perhaps if you'd get a one-to-one session with them on the configuration stage, things would go much faster.
Pros : 100% customizable, perhaps to any of your need, a lot of apps available
Cons : Hard to configure it to some "best usage" in your own field. It's doable, but it takes you a lot of time than any out of the box tool that is doing a similar job.
Wednesday 24 July 2013
This particular PM tool can address the problem about the inefficiency of email, and provide an alternative but secure in-browser chat that improves communication. It also has its own proofing tool that expedites feedback and improves productivity, and a file management system that provides the entire history including every side note about a particular document, project, or client. And lastly, it is very easy to use just like email, with all the important data stored in a centralized place that can be accessed wherever and whenever.More about ProofHub
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 01 July 2013
No one loves apps more than we do as a tool for improving your productivity and making life easier. Podio will mean that I can roll up what I am doing in Trello, Zoho, CRM and Producteev into one product and at my level of business it is currently free. That is awesome. I don't think I've ever been happier. It's that good I would consider paying for it, even though its free.More about Podio
Tuesday 07 May 2013
With its convergence of collaboration and project management backed by an excellent Microsoft Project file import, Wrike epitomizes the flexibility that many of today's project teams need in a SaaS-based project management solution.More about Wrike
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
Thursday 06 August 2015
I've been using Podio almost since it was an startup. It was great to use it as a internal communication tool,.... however, if you need to go further on the project management and knowledge, or many other uses.. it gets complicated and limited. The way it's built allows for a lot of uses and applications, but none of them is the main purpose the application is built for, ... so in some part you will face the limitations.More about Podio
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