Best Project Management Apps for 2017
While our workforce has grown, we’ve been required to find technical solutions that can grow
Needless to say, we’ve dated a lot of project management systems. See 4 options below
You always remember your first love.
Asana is an excellent solution for teams large and small. From a feature standpoint, Asana is
To check out their new features, I logged into our old Asana instance. I may have had a few
Long and short:
1. USE IF: You’re team appreciates a granular PM system with killer UI.
We still manage portions of our internal business operations on Trello: a Kanban system that
Every task lives on a ‘card,’ which you then sort under different boards to signify the status of
However, if you’re a Type-A task-assigner, Trello might be a challenge for you. Each task must
Long and short:
1. USE IF: You have projects that require multiple stages with many people involved.
We are currently in a long-term relationship with Basecamp, and it’s getting serious. Already
Basecamp projects are divided into 6 sections (client-specific chat functionality, file storage, and to-dos, etc.) and include everything you need to manage clients – no more accessing multiple projects or diving into G-Drive whenever you need a file, it’s all there for you.
Another major plus is Basecamp’s “Clientside” feature, which enables you to collect
While we are (obviously) very happy with Basecamp, our most major pain point is the lack of
1. USE IF: You’re an agency or client services business.
As you grow, your tools need to grow with you. And having said that, I would 100%