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Top Project Management Systems for 2015

Posted on 12.18.2014

Anyone who has run a Web-based business knows the importance of organization and communication when it comes to getting a new project off the ground.

Fortunately, many software solutions exist that can help brands keep track of the work they are doing as well as optimize their processes.

Read below to discover five of the top project management systems that businesses should consider leveraging in 2015 to make teams more productive and efficient:


Wrike

Wrike is a project management solution that comes with a robust feature set to help teams work together to complete assignments. The platform enables users to break large goals down into manageable pieces, as well as enables users to share files, set due dates, track overall progress and individual contribution. Moreover, the platform integrates with a variety of services, such as Excel, Word and Google Drive, so teams can use all of their business tools in one place. Wrike also features collaboration and personalization tools. In fact, the company recently launched Custom Fields, which enables users to configure their projects to track exactly what matters to them, such as budgets, workflows, tasks or company objectives.


Zoho Projects

Zoho Projects offers a variety of project management features to businesses, including the ability to break down complex projects into more manageable tasks, view the progress of tasks in comparison to what was planned via Gantt charts, and the ability for team members to log their billable and non-billable hours. In addition, Zoho Projects comes with collaboration features to help reduce emails and keep teams on the same page. In fact, team members can leverage the platform’s interactive message boards to post topics and participate in conversations, as well as file away those conversations in specific folders for easy access at a later time. Zoho Projects also offers a built-in chat feature, file management features and integrations with platforms like Dropbox, Evernote, Google Apps and Bitbucket.


Teamwork

Teamwork is an online project management solution that enables users to see a quick overview of their projects via an activity dashboard. The platform makes it easy for users to navigate between projects as well as view all recent activity and upcoming milestones. Plus, Teamwork uses smart tabs to automatically show users the information that is most important to them. It is also important to note that the platform enables users to visualize their projects with Gantt charts, as well as comes with a variety of task management features and allows users to track their time so businesses can monitor how long employees spend on a specific project.


Podio

Podio enables businesses to organize everything from projects to customers. Through the platform, team members can collaborate and share documents with each other in real time. Moreover, Podio allows users to view project progress with just a glance, as well as enables team members to customize their workflows. It is also important to note that the platform integrates with a variety of services, including GoToMeeting, Zendesk, Dropbox and Google Drive.


Asana

Asana helps teams reduce email conversations by enabling them to communicate in one place. With the platform, users can create and organize tasks for work that needs to get done. Plus, team members can comment on tasks, which helps keep relevant conversations together in one place and reduces the amount of scattered messages that come in through email. Asana also enables users to set due dates, add files to conversations and integrates with services like Zapier, Mailchimp, WordPress and Evernote.



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