Mavenlink provides powerful software and services to help organizations conduct business online. We make it easier to get things done, keep clients happy, and grow profitably. Our software combines advanced project management, resource planning, collaboration, and financial tools. We empower businesses to better understand their productivity and take strategic action to improve profitability -- all in one place.
|Intended Users||Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Public Administrations, Small Business|
|Devices Supported||Android, iPhone-iPad, Mac, Mobile Web App, RIM-BlackBerry, Web-based, Windows|
|Supported Countries||Asia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States|
|Support Options||FAQs, Forum, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials|
|Categories||· Time and Expense Software · Collaboration Tools Software · Professional Services Automation (PSA) Software · Project Management Software · Web Collaboration Software · Project Collaboration Software · Task Management Software · Time Tracking Software · Project Portfolio Management Software|
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Most Comprehensive, All-Inclusive Application for Professional Services Industry. Mavenlink is the leading Project Management application for professional services businesses, including portfolio management, project accounting, project management and collaboration capabilities, as well as a comprehensive commerce suite of features, such as invoicing, payments, and integration with today’s leading financial applications.
Easy to Use, Intuitive Design. The Mavenlink interface stands out for its streamlined, graphic navigation system – which is accessed on a icon-driven left hand navigation bar – that points the user to key areas of functionality, including Projects, Tasks, Files, Dashboard, Invoices, Expenses and other key areas. Nearly all core areas of the platform are accessible via a single click, enabling customers to focus less time on navigating Mavenlink and more time collaborating, assigning and completing tasks, and conducting business.
World-Class Customer Service and Support. A key differentiator is our service and support, which is provided to our customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, our Customer Experience Team provides hundreds of hours of training and support every month to our clients.
Key Partnerships. Mavenlink partners with companies such as Google, Microsoft, Intuit and NetSuite.
Hate itMatthew Felgate, Front-End Developer at Jellyfish Online Marketing5 days ago 04:40
Absolute nightmare to use. Was it made by Microsoft!?
Not impressed. Wasted money.Nate Nordstrom, Founder @ BrandHoot & RochesterNow app; Ambassador at Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce6th of June 17:53
Mavenlink has over-promised and under-delivered in a key way for my team. This has resulted in $1400+ being wasted on a tool that we will not use. We have gone back to our assortment of tools (Asana, Harvest, etc.) which work well even though they are disconnected from one another. My recommendation: do not buy Mavenlink. There are several examples of Mavenlink's failure. One would be the “Light CRM” feature which was promised to me in May by a sales person, and has been “coming soon” for several years (!) according to their team. The forum thread here: https://mavenlink.zendesk.com/entries/330867-Light-CRM-capability They repeatedly states that “it’s a priority” “coming 2nd quarter of this year (2012)” also again saying in 2012 that “A CRM integration and Light CRM within Mavenlink is on our roadmap for this year. We are working hard to release some very exciting enhancements and integrations as quickly as possible to our customer base. On the thread above, people left a comment on Sept. 22 2013 which sums up how I feel regarding the Mavenlink team’s promises and lack of delivery. October 3rd, 2013, Mavenlink says that “we are about to begin development…” Hmm, that was supposed to be happening in 2012. And we still have nothing.
Great!!Shakhawat Hossain, Web Researcher at oDesk18th of April 03:03
Mavenlink strikes is perfect balance .It take balance between robustness and ease of use .It's a great thing.
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