When we have to interact with people external to our organization we use Basecamp. On Basecamp you can organize discussion boards and all the emails relative to that discussion get automatically stored in that board. It also keeps a timeline, and if I write something down in Basecamp, the other people that are assigned to that board receive an email notification.
Co-founder & CEO - Yalty
We use Basecamp a lot for managing our classroom. We have all the students join a basecamp project. It is great for classroom management.
CEO - HackerYou
Basecamp is great for small teams. It gets tricky when you try to assign priorities, track bugs vs. features vs. other tasks. Basecamp works more as a to-do list.
Co-founder & CEO - Moesif
10%Stacklist Startups Are Using Basecamp
Though Basecamp has customers of all sizes and industries, among the Stacklist community it’s favored by Series A startups looking for a lightweight project management tool with additional functionality to help their team stay on the same page.
Basecamp has five pricing packages, defined by the number of active projects your company is involved in, as well how much storage space you need. It starts at $20 a month for 10 active projects and 3 GB of space. It then scales to $50 a month for 40 active projects and 15GB of space; $100 a month for 100 projects and 40GB; and $150 a month for unlimited projects and 100GB. Basecamp also has an annual package that goes for $3,000 a year, and includes unlimited projects, 500GB and priority support.
Visit the website: https://basecamp.com/