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Teamwork Projects is the ultimate productivity tool to help you organize your business. Set milestones, assign tasks and collaborate better with your ... Learn More
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
User-finder and contact details
Have you outgrown Basecamp's features, but don't want to switch to a heavy, confusing project management system? Then you are where I was before a client recommended Teamwork. Switch! You'll never look back! The best part is, when you move you'll move all of your existing projects, folders and teams as they look in Basecamp, automatically. Teamwork Projects knows that businesses hate paying for features that they don’t end up using. That is why they take a tiered approach to their software licensing. To start off, they will give you a free 30-day trial and even a totally free plan that lets you manage 2 projects at 10MB of storage space for free. After that, options go from the personal account size all the way up to business level packages that add storage space and number of projects according to price. This allows you to customize the level of service to the size of your company. Once you get inside, you'll find a visually oriented online GUI that color codes its messages to clue users into what is going on. Teamwork offers tabs that cover things like Overview, Tasks, Milestones, Messages, Files, Time, Notebooks, Risks, Links, Billing and People. Most of these are self-explanatory, and Teamwork does a great job of getting new users up and running quickly. Teamwork also offers features like chat (which must be downloaded separately), Gantt charts and an excellent interface for team collaboration. There are also free mobile apps and integration with ZenDesk, Freshbooks, Harvest and other apps like Zapier — everything that a business could need for a full project management suite of tools.
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 13 March 2013
Team work is a new age web-based project integration software needed for effective collaboration and efficient project communication among team members. Managers as well as team members and clients will be better able to work together productively.More about Teamwork 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
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