5 Project Management Tools for Your Business

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Marketing and social media management are best tamed with useful project management tools.

Whether you are a small business or a large corporation with several offices, project management tools help you stay on the same page, keep tasks from falling through the cracks, and keep projects organized.

5 Project Management Tools for Your Business

Figuring out which project management tool will work for your business can be a daunting project itself. We’ve done the research for you.

#1 Asana

Asana is what we use for our project and task management. Think of it as a giant filing cabinet and the to-do list all rolled into one.

Asana is great for –

  • Organizing projects
  • Due Dates
  • Breaking down tasks and subtasks
  • Templates
  • Calendars
  • Inbox
  • Privacy settings

For data security, you can easily export data from Asana and have your data backed up on a separate server.


$9.99 per member per month billed annually

#2 Basecamp

Basecamp is a favorite project management solution for businesses. Basecamp keeps projects organized and statuses clear. With chat rooms, deadlines, and milestones, this tool provides insights and tracking in a simple and popular format.

Use Basecamp to consolidate –

  • Messages
  • To-do lists
  • Schedules
  • File storage
  • Documents


$99 per month

#3 Podio

Podio is an online tool for team communication. You can share files, keep up with project status, and delegate tasks.

Use Podio to –

  • Automate workflows
  • Task management
  • Share and store files
  • Delegate tasks

Podio, like many others including Asana, offers integration with third-party services and apps, including Dropbox, Google Drive, and Evernote.


$24 per user/month

#4 Trello

Trello is another favorite project management tool and one that has been around for a while. Trello is a great collaboration tool and, like the others above, allows you to organize tasks and delegate to team members.

Use Trello to –

  • Keep work history even when someone has been removed
  • View team activity across projects
  • Archive with a simple export feature
  • Grant access, create restrictions and even give observer-only access


$9.99 per user/month

#5 Hive

Do you need to manage compliance? Hive has an enterprise version that provides a solution. Hive puts everything on one page, which makes it attractive for complete project management.

Hive can –

  • Provide compliance reports
  • Give unlimited projects and integrations
  • Create custom integrations with existing systems

With its hands-on service and custom options, Hive is tailored to the needs of its users. It’s worth noting that Hive has a Slack integration. Slack is a communications tool that we both use and recommend.

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Adopting a project management tool can transform the productivity and efficiency of your team. Go get organized!