Trello reviews from startup founders

169 reviews by founders
March 22, 2017

We use Trello for our product and non product teams.

Todd Olson

CEO & Founder - Pendo

March 8, 2017

The card system that Trello adopted is something that I have been used to for a long time. Trello is maintained pretty well and they seem to add more and more functionalities as it goes. Trello creates a nice place for us to get an overview of where we are. We can easily switch boards and see what is happening in our different departments.

Alain van Gils

Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped

March 8, 2017

We use Trello for marketing project management--it is very convenient.

Oleg Campbell

CEO & Founder - Reply

Stacklist Stats

39%Stacklist Startups Are Using Trello

Trello - Best Project Management Tools for Startups

Trello is a free project management tool that facilitates smooth collaboration across teams. Extremely user-friendly, intuitive and great for nontechnical audiences, Trello allows you to create lists and cards to manage projects, though it doesn’t have the extra bells and whistles of some of the bulkier project management tools. Its simple approach and friendly UX make Trello an especially good choice for Seed-stage and Series A startups that don’t have to support a big infrastructure or project pipeline.

Which startups use Trello?

Trello can be used by groups of all sizes, though it is most appreciated by early-stage startups who value its lightweight and straightforward approach to project management.

How much does Trello cost?

It’s free! Business Class and Enterprise packages (starting at $3.75/user/month) are available for organizations that desire additional features like single sign-on and an account feature, as well as additional security precautions like hourly data backup and full SLL protocol.

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