Having a medium or a small organisation and looking for a simple work management tool? Try due.work

In this paced world full of tie-ups, where physical meet-ups is almost impossible for teaming up and working together, is where Asana and due.work two cloud-based project management tools which come into existence and prove to be boons. They help teams stay organized and collaborate better on their projects. Both solutions are scalable for all company sizes, although due.work tends to focus more on small to medium-sized businesses.

In this post, we’ll compare each solution to help businesses make the right purchasing decision.

Multiple User Assignment:

Teamwork is the ability to work together towards a common vision. Helen Keller has rightly quoted that-

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

and due.work brings this exclusive feature for its clients. Multiple User Assignment users helps its client to access an assignment by more than one person.

asana vs due.work

Pricing:

PRICE! Isn't it that everybody considers while making a purchase decision?

Price is not as glamorous as promotion, but is the most important factor that influences the decision of a buyer as well of the seller and hence, due.work have chosen it’s pricing strategy very carefully taking all the features into consideration with minimum price!!

While we at due.work charges our clients at a flat price irrespective of the number of users, asana pricing is based on the number of users, which turns out to be more expensive.

asana vs due.work

Unlimited users, Unlimited Projects:

One of the greatest benefits to select due.work over asana is Unlimited Users with Unlimited Projects. Once you select due.work, you need not bother on how many users can access it nor how many projects you can work on! However, in asana one task can be assigned to one team member only. Moreover, once you create an account on due.work, you can add as many team members in your work space within the same price, as we offer a flat price for n number of users which also includes a premium plan as well, while on the other hand asana price is based on the number of users and the plan you select.

asana vs due.work

Ease of use:

Anything which is easy to use, which is simple yet efficient attracts the customers and due.work is exactly what you are looking for. It provides its users with different types of views, i.e “My Task” where a team member can know what task is allotted to him/her through out the project, “Today’s Task” where a team member gets to know what is supposed to be completed today  and “Next 7 Days Task” in which he/she gets to know the upcoming deadlines for tasks allotted to him/her ,for efficient and effective working which will inturn keep them organised.

asana vs due.work

1 task 3 views:

Task management is one of the prerequisites of many work management tools. The three-plane view features provides its users all the relevant information at a glance. This helps it users to save time and work better. The advantage of using due.wok over asana is that the users of due.work can change their view for every task for efficient working while in asana you are required to select the view before starting the project.

Team Chat:

Communicating with subordinates, collaborating with them plays a vital role in the success of any organisation and due.work will make sure that its client reaches the peak. Hence, we at due.work have a feature of team chat wherein you can communicate everything and anything with your team within seconds.

Asana and due.work have similar tools for tracking projects and collaborating with team members. However, they have different pricing strategies: due.work has an all-inclusive flat fee per month, while Asana has a free plan for smaller team members and two paid plans with a per-user, per-month strategy which can make a large difference.

If you’re a fast-growing company that’s concerned about innovation, then asana won’t be the best fit due to its limited features and high price.

If you’re within a larger organization you’ll still be switching between multiple project management software systems? Try due.work now to get all in one solution.