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Project management software (Teamwork or Monday.com?)
Hello everyone!

I am working as Project Coordinator for small company and I would like to get suggestions about Project management software from the community.

Now we are thinking to use Teamwork or Monday.com.
Please let me know if you have any information on which is better. Also, if you have any other good tools, please let me know that too.

My requirements are
- Suitable for use by 3 people – small business
- Good User Interface
- Assignments can be made
- Can manage specific projects with people outside the company without needing new licenses.
- Easy to manage tasks
- Easy to manage the progress of projects
- Easy to search.
- Inexpensive

I'm sorry if you've had similar questions before.
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You need to find the software that best fit for your defined project management process. And when you stated requirements, you need to work and ambiguity on words like "easy". Just my recommendations.
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1 reply by Ayako Ide
Feb 14, 2022 3:49 PM
Ayako Ide
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Thank you for your advice.
I'll try to be clearer for project management process.
Have you searched the discussion forums, Ayako? As you suspected, the question has been asked and answered many times. Especially under the Package Selection forum.

My own suggestion is to just pick something and pilot it. You will learn more about your processes, practices and preferences. This will in turn guide you towards a better grasp of what is "easy" and "suitable" for you.
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1 reply by Ayako Ide
Feb 14, 2022 3:53 PM
Ayako Ide
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Thank you for your advice and I am sorry I missed check Package Selection forum. I'll try both software and compare them which suitable for us.
It depends. It is up to you as well.
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1 reply by Ayako Ide
Feb 14, 2022 3:54 PM
Ayako Ide
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Thank you for your comment.
Get to know about the software you mentioned and tailor your project to the one that can meet most of your requirements
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1 reply by Ayako Ide
Feb 14, 2022 3:54 PM
Ayako Ide
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Thank you for your advice.
First step is to define what problem you are attempting to solve - clarify the objective/deliverable. Is your current project management ineffective, costly, inconsistent? Is it primarily a communication problem, data gathering and retrieval issue, reporting concern? Are you looking at growing the business? Do your client expect more management sophistication? Is the change being driven from the top or the bottom of the corporate structure?

You have essentially two options: 1) find software that fits your current process - that means defining your processes then searching out software, and 2) pick software that claims to provide what you think you want and modify your processes to suit. Either way there are risks and most likely your first choices may not do the trick. Be prepared to experiment and adjust going forward. Start simple (inexpensive) and let it evolve.
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1 reply by Ayako Ide
Feb 14, 2022 3:57 PM
Ayako Ide
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Thank you for your advice. I have never used project management software in the company before, so your advice has given me clarity on how to best use it.
Feb 11, 2022 6:54 AM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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You need to find the software that best fit for your defined project management process. And when you stated requirements, you need to work and ambiguity on words like "easy". Just my recommendations.
Thank you for your advice.
I'll try to be clearer for project management process.
Feb 11, 2022 12:26 PM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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Have you searched the discussion forums, Ayako? As you suspected, the question has been asked and answered many times. Especially under the Package Selection forum.

My own suggestion is to just pick something and pilot it. You will learn more about your processes, practices and preferences. This will in turn guide you towards a better grasp of what is "easy" and "suitable" for you.
Thank you for your advice and I am sorry I missed check Package Selection forum. I'll try both software and compare them which suitable for us.
Feb 12, 2022 4:13 AM
Replying to EMMANUEL OKORIE
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Get to know about the software you mentioned and tailor your project to the one that can meet most of your requirements
Thank you for your advice.
Feb 11, 2022 4:11 PM
Replying to Abolfazl Yousefi Darestani
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It depends. It is up to you as well.
Thank you for your comment.
Feb 13, 2022 1:30 PM
Replying to Peter Rapin
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First step is to define what problem you are attempting to solve - clarify the objective/deliverable. Is your current project management ineffective, costly, inconsistent? Is it primarily a communication problem, data gathering and retrieval issue, reporting concern? Are you looking at growing the business? Do your client expect more management sophistication? Is the change being driven from the top or the bottom of the corporate structure?

You have essentially two options: 1) find software that fits your current process - that means defining your processes then searching out software, and 2) pick software that claims to provide what you think you want and modify your processes to suit. Either way there are risks and most likely your first choices may not do the trick. Be prepared to experiment and adjust going forward. Start simple (inexpensive) and let it evolve.
Thank you for your advice. I have never used project management software in the company before, so your advice has given me clarity on how to best use it.

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