Asana Review

I've found that for certain clients, it's cost effective for inviting outsourced resources to contribute to specific projects.


Valuable Features

The visual thumbnails for viewing appended image files to a project are very helpful.

Improvements to My Organization

For certain clients, this is a cost effective means of inviting outsourced resources to contribute to specific projects.

Room for Improvement

When evaluating project management software, the fundamental requirement I consider remains its ability to provide me a high level of view of all areas of the project so I can drill down to what is immediately relevant.

Asana does an OK job of this, but not as good as some of the alternatives out there.

Use of Solution

One year.

Deployment Issues

No, deployment is very straightforward.

Stability Issues

No stability issues so far.

Scalability Issues

No scalability issues so far. Admittedly, clients that use this do not typically have data intensive projects.

Customer Service and Technical Support

Customer Service:

N/A

Technical Support:

N/A

Previous Solutions

N/A

Initial Setup

Simple setup.

Implementation Team

N/A

ROI

N/A

Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

For the free version, it does quite a lot so I would start there. Upgrade if the functionality is directly relevant to improving process efficiency for your organization.

Other Solutions Considered

Basecamp

Other Advice

For a free solution, it does provide a lot of value. As a paid solution, this can be an appropriate fit depending on the circumstance.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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