Clickup vs Teamwork
Last updated: June 24, 2020
ClickUp is a productivity platform that provides a fundamentally new way to work. More than just task management - ClickUp offers notes, reminders, goals, projects, and time.
Teamwork was created because we needed a better way to run our own business and existing software was either too basic or too confusing. Teamwork is practical software that gets you organised so that you can reduce unnecessary meetings and simply Get Things Done. By using Teamwork.com, your team will be organised, your clients will be impressed and your business will take off.
Clickup vs Teamwork in our news:
2020 - Productivity platform ClickUp raises $35 million
ClickUp, the startup that provides task management software, docs and wikis, chat in one product - has closed a $35 million Series A round. The company is also showcasing Remote Work OS, a bundle of tools that gives users a better snapshot of what everyone’s working on and how that work fits inside broader company goals. The platform joins a host of other bottom-up productivity suites aiming to infiltrate companies one team at a time before scaling across them. ClickUp has more than 100,000 customers and “millions” of users. Some of the teams currently using ClickUp sit inside orgs including Google, Nike, Uber, Airbnb, Netflix and Ubisoft.
2008 - TeamWork Project Manager - the new nice project management tool to defeate Wrike
TeamWork Project Manager (TeamworkPM) is a new web-application that allows to manage projects, task lists, milestones, messages, files. It also features time-logging and e-mail integration. Only lists e-mail alerts, reports and reminders - so seems to be only a one way flow of information. In addition it also has something called a risk register, notebooks multi-language ability. The GUI looks good, response time is quick and all basic required project management features are included. You can really see that these guys have done their homework; defensive design, confirmations after AJAX submits, iCal feeds, RSS feeds and just overall a slick interface. TeamWork offers a basic free personal plan so you can try it out yourself without any cost. Business plans start at $24 for 15 active projects with 4 GB storage and go up to $149 for unlimited projects with 50 GB storage. All plans have a 30 day free trial and come with unlimited users and clients - even the free personal plan. The latter means that you can create an account with a test project and invite as many users as you want to use the full functionality in a real world scenario.