Top 5 Team Management Tools For Start Ups in 2017

To build up a small business from scratch requires months of hard work and planning. Even with the best efforts, a lot of business owners fail to accomplish their goals.

When building a business, one person can’t control and look after all the work that needs to be done. A team helps any project become a successful one by combining their expertise to accomplish jobs and get things done.

If your role requires you to be in charge of a workforce, distributing tasks to teams or simply keeping track of all the work, you are in the right place. Say goodbye to those hectic days at work and become more productive.

In this article, I have reviewed Five of the Best Project Management Tools for you to choose from.

1. Asana

Asana has been quite popular in the market for project management tools. With an estimated user base of 400,000, Asana assures reliability and faster solutions for task management and many companies are starting to use Asana every month for their project management needs.

Asana was designed by the co-founder of Facebook, Dustin Moskovitz. The app provides real-time interaction with team-mates. You can use Asana for free for up to 15 users.

Add due dates for individual tasks, assign members and add comments on tasks that are completed/uncompleted. Hotkeys enable faster task processing which is a very handy feature. The app is available on all operating system(Windows, Android, iOS, Mac) and has a very responsive webpage.

2. Trello

Trello is another awesome app that makes it high on my list of project management tools. This isn’t your average tool, instead it is a visually interactive project management app that allows you to work with your team members, while working on multiple tasks towards one goal.

You can easily divide your project into tasks by assigning individual members on it and adding a description with deadlines. Similarly, the app also allows uploading attachments such as images and other cool features to make handling the project much easier.

You can organize cards in the app’s homepage where you can share your thoughts, engage and interact with team members through conversation or create to-do lists on the board for everyone to collaborate on.

Trello is free for unlimited members but for $45 a year you can get extra stickers, additional image attachments, saved search and many more features and it’s totally worth it.

  3. Basecamp

Basecamp has been in this market for a long time and it has a simple and interactive interface which allows easy collaboration between teams and clients.

It comes with a price tag of $20 per month for unlimited users and 10 projects. With Basecamp, you can set up discussions, create to-do lists, schedule tasks with deadlines, do a daily auto-backup of all the data into their SSL encrypted servers, add due dates, create tags and much more.

Basecamp is very flexible in terms of sharing and organizing work data with team members and allows you to view the status of all your projects and tasks on the go in their mobile Android app.

  4. Flow

Flow is one of the most beautiful apps created for project management needs. This visually appealing app lets you plan and execute project tasks with your team members with ease.

Flow allows you to create tasks and comment on them, assign single or multiple users to each task and add due dates for projects. You can add tags for better categorization and easy search later. Personal assistant is in Beta testing, but it can be used for personal tasks.

You can download a 14 day free trial of this software. After that, it’s only $99 per year for its iPhone and Mac app.

  5. Wrike

Work smarter by using Wrike. This is an advanced project management app that helps you to finish your projects on time. It can be integrated with other business tools to synchronize with Google Apps, Microsoft apps, DropBox and iCal. You can also convert your e-mails into tasks with the tap of a button.

Wrike starts at $49 per month for professional use, and it is absolutely free for up to five users but the features are quite limited.


With Wrike, you can create and manage projects based on due dates and urgency. It has a ‘Spreadsheet View’ that allows multiple task handling options. The app is built with a drag and drop feature which is really easy for first time users. Sharing files and collaborating is much simpler in this app.


You can use the apps listed in this article to improve your overall work efficiency and workflow. The more efficient you work, the better the productivity in your organization. To see a detailed comparison on Asana and Teamwork, two of the best project management apps that we reviewed, click this link.

Are you and your team using any of the project management tools mentioned above or are you using something completely different? Let us know in the comments.

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