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- $7.50 per userRequired
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Azendoo is a work management application to help teams work more effectively by giving them the tools to communicate, plan and execute together. Azendoo is designed to make teams collaborate in a more transparent and positive way while making work more enjoyable.
Conversations are held in threads shared on projects to see through every piece of information and eventually take action by creating a task based on a conversation. Tasks allow team members to see all of their work in one place, and shared task lists help organize group projects. Dashboards make reporting on projects easier and Time Tracking is available for budgeting and performance evaluation.
Azendoo integrates with popular work tools such as Zapier, Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, Box, OneDrive, Slack and more.
- Supported: Task Management
- Supported: Resource Management
- Supported: Scheduling
- Supported: Workflow Automation
- Supported: Team Collaboration
- Supported: Document Management
- Supported: Email integration
- Supported: Mobile Access
- Supported: Budget and Expense Management
- Supported: Integration with accounting software
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||10%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||65%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||25%|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android|
- It is ideal for collaborative work since it allows the exchange of information and knowledge in a very simple way.
- Its interface is very friendly and easy to use.
- It offers really adequate characteristics to carry out project management.
- The support team is really attentive and prepared and if you have any questions, they will respond immediately.
- It is a software that grows every day so any problem can likely be solved in a brief way.
- Despite being integrated with Google Calendar, this integration presents some inconveniences, so working with them together is not very convenient.
- It requires fairly stable internet access to avoid a slow connection with your platform.
- When performing searches, it must be done within the limit of work since otherwise no results are found.
- Its cost can be high but I think it's worth it.
- It is necessary to introduce it to the team slowly so that they can adapt to the software and thus get the most out of it.
- Software Updates - The azendoo interface is constantly being updated with new features which are helpful to our organization. For example, they just rolled out the ability to assign subtasks, so that we don't have to manually update the assignee on each step of a large, multi-step task.
- Email Notifications - azendoo provides complete customization over the amount of notification emails you receive. Some of us prefer to be emailed with each update made within a task, whereas others prefer just a once-daily notification email.
- Levels of organization - azendoo provides many tiers of structure within the platform, making it easy for us to layer levels of detail for a single project. For example, at the workspace level we can define where our teams "live" on azendoo, and at the subject level we can categorize projects for tracking purposes. With the new addition of subtasks, we now have an additional layer of organization which helps us keep track of where a task is at in its lifecycle.
- Search Function - I consistently find it difficult to find old tasks where I don't immediately know the subject to which it belongs. I would appreciate more advanced search capabilities and a stronger search function in general.
- Message Feature - We just don't use this feature at our organization, because it's not very robust. We'd prefer more of a "chat" like function, with a pop-up window (something similar to Slack).
- Categories - Azendoo sorts to do lists into workspaces in a way that was relatively helpful.
- Expandable - there are lots of ways to apply/implement azendoo that makes them useful and flexible to those after a productivity app.
- Shareable - while no one at my office adopted it, the option to share tasks/progress was helpful.
- Not cost effective - I can get similar features for less.
- Clunky - my phone/web apps did not always sync together perfectly.
- Premium features in azendoo are some features I can get for free in other apps (Evernote, Asana, etc).