CRM Review – Asana

Asana

This CRM Review examines Asana.

In-Depth CRM Review

Asana


Asana

San Francisco, CA

 

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CRM Category: Field Sales Support – Cloud
Sub-Category: Personal Productivity
Seats: Anyone and Everyone!

 

About the Company:

We do things together by aligning our energy towards a common goal, breaking the effort into parts, then marching towards the goal as one. But too often, the friction of coordination, of communicating the right amount of information, to the right people, at the right time, in the right place, gets in the way. This friction lowers our collective productivity – which worsens with the complexity of projects we undertake.

Asana’s mission is to empower humanity to do great things. We’ve re-imagined how work gets done through a fast and versatile web application that connects everyone with what’s going on, their shared priorities, and who owns each part of the effort.

To take the next step in human productivity, we need a fresh start. We created Asana to help take that step; to improve the productivity of individuals and groups, to increase the potential output of every team’s effort.

 

About the Product:

How great teams get things done

Asana is a shared task list for your team – the best way to communicate, organize, and track your work.

Send tasks, not emails

Asana centers your team’s communication on the work you’re doing, keeping everyone on the same page.

Organize your efforts

Easily create, assign, follow, and comment on tasks, so you always know what’s getting done and who’s doing it.

Less work about work

Asana puts conversations and tasks together, so you can go to one place for all the history of the work.

Instantly up to date

Asana Inbox and notifications make it effortless to stay on top of the details that matter to you, wherever you are.

Work lives here

Asana is the single source of truth about the work that needs to get done.

Every team, every task

From simple to-do lists to complex workflows, Asana can handle any kind of work.

The trusted source

With all of your team’s ideas, tasks, and files in one place, you know where to look.

Views that work for you

Create custom views of your team’s tasks using powerful search and filtering.

Team. Work.

Asana gives your team the accountability and confidence it needs to achieve greater goals.

Clear ownership

Assign each task to a single owner, then add followers to keep the right teammates up to speed.

Hit your milestones

Set priorities and due dates to communicate what’s important, what’s next, and what’s falling behind.

Stay connected

People Views allow you to see your teammates’ tasks and priorities, so you can cut down on meetings and status reports.

 

Price:

For complete pricing details, please see:

http://asana.com/pricing

 

For a proper demo of this CRM solution:

For a proper demo of this CRM solution, please contact the company directly.

 

Rich’s View of Asana:

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Short List:

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Rich’s Recommended Web Sites


Blog          http://blog.asana.com/

Twitter          https://twitter.com/asana

Google+          https://plus.google.com/u/0/+asana/posts

LinkedIn

Facebook           https://www.facebook.com/asana

Youtube          http://www.youtube.com/user/AsanaTeam

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