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Asana is the easiest way for teams to track work and get results providing complete visibility over who is doing what by when. It is particularly helpful in a client/agency relationship for accurate and measurable project management providing a single platform to house all task, deliverables, deadlines, notes, files, comments, and more. Asana also integrates with many other tools that we love including Slack, Google Drive, Dropbox, Gmail and so much more. Asana is in our opinion the best cloud-based project management tool on the market.
Growth Division Overview:
We recommend Asana to everyone who doesn't already have a robust project management tool in place. Your organisation probably uses a few collaboration tools, like file sharing, email, and chat. And while those tools are really great (we use them too) they can’t ultimately tell you who is doing what, by when. Tracking work in Asana means relevant conversations and documents will all be in once place so you can work in a true flow instead of switching back and forth to search for scattered information that maybe wasn’t clear to begin with.
Who should use it:
Why you should use it:
Asana allows teams and stakeholders to break goals and projects down into actionable tasks, assign that work, and communicate in one place to move work forward. That means work across teams (in-house & remote) is connected in one place, and everyone involved has greater visibility into each other’s work. Ultimately this leads to better collaboration, less work 'about work' (e.g. needless meetings, calls and emails), and more transparency into how individual and team efforts contribute to achieving overall goals.
Why other solutions might be better:
If your business is already using project management / collaboration software such as Monday.com, Basecamp, Trello, Workzone, Scoro, ProjectManager.com, etc. then it is probably not necessary to make the switch. It is the concept of project management that is important, not necessarily the tool (we just happen to love Asana.)
Also for more technical teams, devs and so forth Jira is probably a better fit.
Free version: Yes
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