One department, the customer success department, uses a specific tool called Teamwork, which works for them because you can bill hours against projects.
Marketing Director - ForceManager
Teamwork has a lot of useful functionalities. As a result, the UI gets a little more complex. It allows you to set milestones, generate reports, deadlines, priorities, and comments.
Co-founder & CTO - Moving Analytics
We used Basecamp for about eight years, and while it always a decent tool, we always felt like it wasn’t sophisticated enough. While Basecamp may be great for small, simple projects, Teamwork feels like it’s the project management tool designed for professionals.
Founder - Built for Teams
Teamwork is the tool we rely on the most. It took a lot of work to get there, though--we suffered through three other project management tools before we settled on Teamwork. One of the biggest considerations for me was that it’s not about who gets what done as long as everything gets done. One of my problems with the other tools is that I didn't want to assign each task to a specific person. I can do that on Teamwork if I want, but I can also just leave it open to anyone. Any team member can claim a task, or take care of whatever is most pressing, which is great. The other thing Teamwork provides are excellent task templates, and solid recurring task setups that we rely on to automate process or workflows.
Owner - Flow Simple
Our studio team originally used Basecamp, then we switched to Trello to manage elements of our operation. We dropped both of them in favor of using a single system to manage projects. Trello was used for task management--it's very easy to use; you just create a vertical task list and check them off one by one. The downside is that it isn’t easy to move things around, and it wasn't as versatile as we wanted it to be. Teamwork is a lot more versatile--you have many more tabs and bells and whistles than Trello. It has a nice UI, clean and simple. One con of Teamwork is that it visualizes a waterfall project management style, so just looking at it you might think there's a contingency on one task being completed before you can move on to the next, but that's not actually the case. The visualization doesn’t necessarily convey the complexity or concurrent tasks being completed at one time.
CEO - TreSensa
1%Stacklist Startups Are Using Teamwork Projects
Teamwork Projects is a cloud-based project management tool with a wide variety of features, such as task management, Gantt charts, time tracking and milestones. Customizable and designed to work seamlessly with your other apps, Teamwork Projects boasts over 60 integrations, with a simple interface that binds them together. The platform strives to strike that fine balance between power and usability: It’s feature-rich enough to perfectly fit a company’s specific needs, while still being easy to learn and simple to use. Teamwork Projects is one of three tools in the Teamwork.com suite; the others are Teamwork Desk, for customer support, and Teamwork Chat, an internal communications platform.
While only a handful of Stacklist startups have used Teamwork Projects, it is consistently well-liked by users. The platform was built to handle many different projects for any company size. Among startups, Teamwork Projects has been useful across small to mid-size, Seed-stage and Series A companies. Stacklist founders most appreciate Teamwork Projects for its versatility and robust feature set, which give them the flexibility to use the tool in the way that works best for their team.
Teamwork Projects has six pricing options, all of which come with unlimited users and all key features, but differing in the number of projects, integrations and storage space allotted to each account. They range from the Personal plan, which offers five projects and 1GB of storage at $12/month, up to the $149/month Professional plan, which offers 150 projects and 50GB of storage. The Business plan, at $249/month, offers unlimited projects and 400GB of data storage.
Visit the website: https://www.teamwork.com