If you want a flexible project management tool that allows you to work the way you want, then Teamwork is the solution for you. Reduce the complexity of collaboration, scale high performance deliberately and do it all with the flexibility to work the way you want. Whether you prefer to structure your work with linear task lists or see it represented visually with boards, Teamwork has it all.
Basecamp is great if you need an enhanced to-do list, but it doesn’t offer the robust features and flexibility your team needs to deliver more complex projects. Teamwork is a rounded system that offers you more options to plan, structure, and manage your workload, giving your team the freedom to work their way — without limitations.
Everything you need to consider when comparing Teamwork and Basecamp.
There’s no way to track time in Basecamp without relying on third-party tools. With Teamwork, your team can quickly and easily track time on tasks using the Teamwork Timer app. This helps your team to stay on schedule and deliver work on time.
There are no subtasks in Basecamp, meaning you can’t break down items into smaller, more manageable chunks of work. Teamwork allows you to organize and structure your work at all levels. You can drill down to the most detailed sub-tasks or zoom out to see the bigger picture with high-level project portfolios.
You can’t make tasks dependent on other tasks in Basecamp. When you choose Teamwork as an alternative to Basecamp, you can add task dependencies so that once a task is completed, anyone dependent on it is immediately notified. This helps cross-functional teams to work together more efficiently.
Gantt Charts are not available on Basecamp so you can’t get a visual representation of the project timeline. Teamwork's Gantt Charts gives teams a visual overview of the project schedule. This powerful tool helps you to see the bigger picture and make more informed decisions.
Find out how Teamwork customers enjoy a 437% ROI when using Teamwork to manage their work according to The Total Economic Impact™ of Teamwork study conducted by Forrester Consulting.
@teamwork you have made our productivity soar. Since we implemented a year ago we've grown 40% and climbing— Starburst Biz (@StarburstBiz) February 25, 2020
Having used them all, @teamwork is hands down the best.— four1one (@four1onesocial) February 5, 2020
I use it everyday. It's fantastic, very powerful and comes with great customer service/support. Can't recommend it enough!— Keith Williamson (@KeithWilliamso1) April 15, 2020
We’ve been on it for years now. I’d be happy to talk to you or your friend about it. The teamwork development and customer service teams are a joy compared to others I’ve been involved with.— Doyle Martin (@Doyle_Martin_TX) April 15, 2020
Hands down @teamwork owns this space. The level of detail and control you can have on project management is incredible. Now combine that with their CRM, and you got yourself an excellent PM suite 🤓🤓 I use it everyday and it’s perfect 👌🏽— Suganthan Mohanadasan (@Suganthanmn) April 9, 2020
We're using Teamwork to run a search agency c.35 heads. We've tried a lot of different systems over the years, that's the one we settled on that does the job.— David Ingram (@mrdavidingram) April 9, 2020
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Martha Batruny, IT Manager, Perficient
I would say Teamwork is the easiest way of setting up new tasks as well as projects. It also helps me in managing my whole team and monitoring various activities. It enables the users to work happily and comfortably on different projects. Moreover, it helps us in creating schedule and set up other priorities too.
Overall Teamwork is entirely a very useful product which is equally helpful for both small as well as medium companies. So it is highly recommended to others.