Basecamp vs Teamwork: A Project Management Review - Interview Max Traylor
Have you ever hunted for the best project management tool for your team to use? there are a ton of options out there so how do you know the one that will work best for your team?
In todays interview I try to help you answer that question. We look at two top contenders in the project management space, Basecamp and Teamwork.
What does Teamwork say - Get Organized & Get Stuff Done!
Teamwork.com helps you take back control
Teamwork.com was created because we needed a better way to run our own business and existing software was either too basic or too confusing. Teamwork.com is practical software that gets you organized so that you can reduce unnecessary meetings and simply Get Things Done. By using Teamwork.com, your team will be organized, your clients will be impressed and your business will take off.
What does Basecamp say - What’s Basecamp?
Basecamp makes it easy for people in different roles with different responsibilities to communicate and work together. It’s a place to share files, have discussions, collaborate on documents, assign tasks, and check due dates. Basecamp stores everything securely and can be accessed at anytime from anywhere. Read a short story about how Basecamp was born.
What do real people say?
You might be wondering where I turned to for help on this subject. I needed someone who had used both, possibly made a switch from one to the other, and last but no least was using it for Inbound projects. That led me to none other that Max Traylor from Innovative Marketing Resources.
In this review of Basecamp and teamwork we talk about items such as:
- What platform is best for who
- What additional functionality is needed for Inbound Marketing
- How easy setup and switching from one system to the other can be
- Pitfalls to watch out for when making the switch
- Why you may just want to stay on the system you are already using
Enjoy the review and if you have any additional questions after you have watched, just hit me up on Twitter @georgebthomas!
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