Clarizen vs Monday.com

Last updated: August 11, 2022

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Clarizen
Clarizen's online project management software facilitates team collaboration and project execution, ensuring data is always up-to-date and aligned with business objectives. No complex software or hardware installations are required due to Clarizen's software-as-a-Service (SaaS) structure, resulting in immediate business impact as teams and projects get up and running instantly.
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Monday.com
monday.com is an intuitive team management platform for effective teamwork. Teams use monday.com to plan, organize and track their work in one visual, collaborative space.
Clarizen vs Monday.com in our news:

2022. monday.com introduces monday sales CRM



monday.com, the popular project management service, has introduced monday sales CRM - a fast, intuitive customer relationship management (CRM) system built to unify all customer processes under one platform. Built on monday.com’s flexible low-code/no-code framework, monday sales CRM is a fully customizable CRM that allows to automate tedious tasks, sync your Gmail/Outlook to send & receive emails, or automatically log your sent emails, get notified automatically when a lead opens or replies to an email, manage your team’s quota attainment over time, track wins and view goals for specific members or the entire team, manage your post-sale activities in one place, so you can stay on top of client onboarding, client projects and collection tracking, plan and fast-track your sales hiring process, and equip your sales team with the tools and resources they need to close more deals. There is a free version for 2 seats, and paid version starts from €10 per seat per month.


2021. Planview acquires Clarizen and Changepoint



Planview announced the acquisitions of two industry leaders: Clarizen, a global leader in enterprise Collaborative Work Management, and Changepoint, a leading enterprise Portfolio Management provider. As a result of the transaction, Planview, Clarizen and Changepoint customers will benefit from being part of a premier community of PMOs, PPM, and Professional Services Automation (PSA) practitioners. The expanded portfolio of solutions will provide customers the tools and resources to better strategically plan and deliver on their most important initiatives. The combination will be transformative for the industry and has received strong feedback from customers to date. The close of the transactions closely follows Planview’s acquisition in December 2020 by TPG Capital and TA Associates, whose investment has focused on accelerating Planview’s growth and vision for Agile and PPM for Enterprises. Clarizen and Changepoint are the company’s largest acquisitions to date and represent an important first step in Planview’s growth strategy for 2021.


2020. Monday.com now lets companies build custom apps



Monday.com, announced version 2.0 of its flexible workflow platform, making it easier for customers to build custom apps on top of Monday. The new release includes over a hundred prebuilt automation recipes and code-free custom-automations along with more than 50 integrations with other apps, allowing project managers to build fairly sophisticated workflows without coding. It’s process management, portfolio management, project management, CRM management, hotel management, R&D management. Monday is offering a code-free environment to take these building blocks and build custom applications to meet the needs of any organization or team.


2019. Workplace collaboration software Monday.com raised $150M


Monday.com, one of the faster growing workplace collaboration platforms has announced a $150 million round at $1.9B valuation — a whopping raise that points both to its success so far and the opportunity ahead for the wider collaboration space, specifically around better team communication and team management. It now has 80,000 organizations as customers, up from a mere 35,000 a year ago, with the number of actual employees within those organizations numbering as high as 4,000 employees, or as little as two, spanning some 200 industry verticals, including a fair number of companies that are non-technical in their nature (but that still rely on using software and computers to get their work done). The client list includes Carlsberg, Discovery Channel, Philips, Hulu and WeWork and a number of Fortune 500 companies.


2009. Clarizen 3.0 add Issue and Expense management

Clarizen 3.0 adds a variety of new features, including the option to manage business issues, track expenses, and view Gantt charts. The company also tweaked Clarizen's design and added more tutorials to its site to make it easier for users to learn how to use Clarizen. The two major updates in this version - Issue management and Expense management. Clarizen's Issue management pane allows project managers to highlight problems with the project, assign someone to solve the problem, and describe exactly what needs to be fixed. In the Expenses pane, you can create an expense report. You can input your own expense description or pick those created by the project manager. If the project manager created expense categories, you can choose the appropriate item from a drop-down list. If not, you can add your own.Clarizen plans start at $24.95 per user per month up to $49.95 per user per month, depending on the number of licenses you need and the length of time you plan to subscribe to the service


2009. Clarizen: Project Management for Non-Project Managers

Israeli startup Clarizen positions itself as a project management and collaboration tool specifically aimed at non-project managers. Of course, Clarizen is a latecomer to the space, but they seem to have the right ingredients: A fairly convenient interface, a smidgen of unique differentiation. Clarizen was designed as a PM tool for operational/functional managers. This is a good move because the biggest failing point in project management is probably during the set-up stage which requires the project be planned out to the “T” before it can be rolled out. This is a process that requires a high level of familiarity with such methodologies, so it’s no surprise why non-professional project managers bail on it so often. Clarizen deals with this basic problem by allowing the project participants to assist in the planning, even if the project has already begun. The collaborative planning and execution can transpire among teams working within the same organization, or among those whose resources are dispersed between two or more companies.