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Based on 81 reviews and ratings
Likelihood to Recommend
If you are looking for something more than Trello, and want to avoid MS Projects or Basecamp, Teamwork would be a great fit. Also, if you don't need project/industry-specific capabilities (e.g. web development, programming, etc.) teamwork is a solid performer. I would guess it is ideally suited for smaller teams and SMBs, but maybe not enough of a platform for large enterprises.
Director in MarketingMarketing and Advertising Company, 11-50 employees
Feature Rating Comparison
Change request and Case Management
Integration with accounting software
- Projects allow you to create insanely detailed task lists and production schedules. One can assign projects to different users, set due dates (which update in your calendar), and set up simple scripts for task accomplishments based on previously completed tasks. There is a lot of variety to the ways you can set up task lists, so much that I continue to find new and better ways to use the system. You can also create templates to easily copy similar tasks to new projects.
- Projects allow for client customization and project lists. It's very simple for me to create a new client and assign projects to them. If you are working on multiple projects for a client, the UI makes it easy to copy projects (to carry client details over). Clients are also listed under the project pane and it's so simple to jump from project to project.
- Projects have a built-in task time tracker. This is great. Other applications either have unintuitive time trackers or nothing at all, meaning you'll need a third party application to track time. Project and business management are always done best if you can contain more of your work into a single software. That's the reality. You can clock time for projects specific to a task on the task list, and later do an in-depth analysis to see which projects or tasks are sucking up your time.
- Teamwork has great customer service and troubleshooting. I've had a few issues, even initially with selecting a project management software, and getting onto chat with the team has been super fast and easy.
- We are exploring integrations with Salesforce and HubSpot, both of which are managed through zaps and don't seem particularly functional.
- We have a massive number of projects which makes views for admins very complex. For individual users assigned to only a few projects, this is a non-issue
- Notebooks should have more than one page.
Likelihood to Renew
Based on 1 answer
We are already at an annual contract, and have been for the past 5 years; so far the system has delivered, and our personal is already trained in it. A major overhaul of our entire infrastructure (as in moving everything to a single, unified platform) might change the current continuity of Teamwork Projects on our organization, but that's not feasible in the near future.
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The UI is clear, well laid out and very user friendly.The authors of the Teamwork Projects product have managd to cram a lot of detail into a small real estate without over-burdening the user.Adoption by my users has been extremely rapid with very little re-familiarisation required once they've got going.I do like the fact that there is an element of first-time user support embedded within the application. It means that I can point users to a sign-up page and spend very little time with them thereart
Based on 1 answer
The support service provided by Teamwork is excellent, and one of the best I've experienced. This is for the following reasons:(1) The speed at which they respond to queries I raise(2) The depth of understanding they have of the product(3) The way in which they are able to understand my questions without needing me to re-explain(4) The quality of the documentation available online(5) The openness they express about current issues and downtime
I've seen dapulse in action and its a good product but much better for small teams and unique tasks. Teamwork has a more sophisticated and clean interface, is easier to navigate and doesn't get overwhelmed with "too many people in the kitchen" as tasks and projects can be shared, assigned as subtasks, etc.
Return on Investment
- Tracking time helps with verifying and organizing projects as well as saving some precious time
- It can replace a few tools currently used
- Delivering good projects thanks to better communication
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?
1. per month per user
Teamwork Projects Editions & Modules
1. Contact Us
2. per month per user