Go beyond simple task management: create intricate dependencies, assign tasks to more than one person, and set project-level tags
Budget your team’s time and money with in-app time tracking, invoicing, workload capacity management, and more
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Asana is built for simple task management. Dependencies are hard to review. There are no project budgeting, invoicing, or resource allocation features. And the business plan is 39% more expensive per user.
Teamwork is built for complex project management. All the core features you need – like time tracking, workload capacity estimation and time budgeting, and assigning more than one person per task– are here. And they’re included in your plan.
Asana grows behind closed doors. Features aren’t clearly announced and users have no idea whose needs are getting prioritized. The development process is opaque: Asana doesn’t explicitly consider user feedback when designing their roadmap.
Teamwork’s feature roadmap is public. You know what we know: what features we’re working on, what’s in the pipeline, and what’s available for early access. (It’s all here.) Plus, development is prioritized based on your needs.
Asana’s only growth options are external add-ons. Once you push your plan to its limits, there’s no room left for growth. Even the enterprise tier doesn’t offer much beyond extra security and custom goal setting.
Teamwork is designed to grow with you. We understand that project management is about more than timelines and check boxes. That’s why we built stand-alone applications like desk, chat, CRM, and spaces that you can integrate into your process as you grow.
Teamwork doesn’t just help you effortlessly run complex projects: it makes managing your clients easier too. Instead of getting stuck in endless back-and-forths, you can just add your client’s whole team to your project. But don’t take our word on it.
How do we stack up? Asana helps you manage a list of to-dos. Teamworks helps you manage every aspect of your team and client work. (For 39% less per user/per month.)
If you’re looking for a simple task management solution, Asana has you covered. But most client facing businesses need more than that. You need an easy way to track time, create invoices, set project time budgets, or add your client’s entire company to your project management. That’s what Teamwork brings to the table.
$10 per user
Everything you need to start including intake forms, time tracking, invoicing, unlimited client users, and — of course — all key project management features like Gantt charts and dashboards.
$10.99 per user
Manage team projects with unlimited dashboards, forms, task templates, milestones and more.
$18 per user
The extras larger agencies need: workload resource management, resource scheduling, project time budgets, utilization reports, 2FA security features, and more.
$24.99 per user
Manage cross-company projects with portfolios, workload, approvals and custom rules.
Custom plan for large, scaling agencies.
Includes agency growth-specific features like profitability reporting, advanced resource scheduling, and unlimited financial budgets.
Custom plan for large businesses.
Includes goal setting, workflows, universal reporting and extra security features.
We used Monday…then Google Sheets because it was simpler, then Airtable… Then we went to Teamwork, because we needed to reconcile time tracked to the work itself which none of our other tools do. I needed to know how long someone spent on what task: not just what project or client
Teamwork is a mature project management tool built for agencies, creative teams, and consultancies. Every feature we add caters to that mission: we’ve got the public roadmap to prove it. Asana, on the other hand, is built for simple task management. It doesn’t have the tools you need to fully manage client work: burndown reporting, invoicing, or time tracking. And you never know what’s coming. Feature drops are hidden, designed to attract investors instead of serving customers.
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Asana, on the other hand, was built for checking off tasks. It doesn’t have the depth and breadth of features to manage complex projects or handle intense client work.
Yes. That’s exactly what Teamwork was built for. You can manage projects, track time, run billing and invoicing, forecast budgets, handle complex scheduling and resource allocation, and so much more. In short, if your clients need it, we’ve got it.
Yes! You can automate thousands of actions: from using templates, to creating forms and setting up custom rules. Our automations are flexible, easy to use, and will save you a lot of work.
Yes, it can. Teamwork integrates with all your favorite tools, including accounting software like Xero and Quickbooks. (Something Asana completely ignores.) And we’ve designed multiple “suite-style” tools you can add as you grow: chat, CRM, spaces and more.
If you’re reading this page, you probably have a pretty clear idea of which features your team needs to succeed. Most of our customers compare the features from their “wish list” against the features listed here under each plan. The plan that has the most of what you need or want is the winner. If you’re not sure what features you need or you’d like to know what’s best for a specific business like yours, give us a call on +1 844 819 8453 or fill out this form. (This does put you in touch with our sales team: they’ve helped thousands of people choose the best plan and they’d love to help you.)
You do NOT need to start from scratch! You can import everything from Asana directly into Teamwork using our importer. (Learn more about how that works here.)
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