WorkZone is an easy-to-use, web-based project management and document collaboration tool. Up and running continuously since 2000, WorkZone is among the most mature and battle-tested web-based project management software on the market.
|Intended Users||Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Small Business|
|Supported Countries||Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States|
|Support Options||Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials|
|Categories||· Collaboration Tools · Project Management · Web Collaboration · Project Collaboration · Task Management|
Pricing is based on the number of users needed, with the price per user going down as the number of users goes up. Contact us for a specific price quote for your situation.
WorkZone is powerful enough to manage your projects effectively, but simple enough that your team will actually use it.
Most project management software (like Microsoft Project) is way too complicated, with hundreds of little-used capabilities that get in the way of the handful that are really important. Entry-level tools, like Basecamp, are simple enough, but offer little more than basic to-do lists.
We designed WorkZone with the power to manage real-world business situations, with a usability that makes it accessible to less technical users.
User-Friendly Project ManagementStephanie Miles11th of June, 2013 16:07
WorkZone is an excellent solution for larger organizations (especially ad agencies and marketing departments) that need help staying on top of multiple ongoing projects. The platform’s template tools make it easy to replicate similar project processes, while daily email digests ensure every team member knows exactly what he or she needs to do to move the project along. Managers can save time when they use WorkZone to keep their departments on track, and they can decrease the penalty costs typically associated with delays or missed deadlines.
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