What are them for? How they differ and what is the focus of each one?
Project Management tools came to solve some of the management problems faced by businesses today: ability to manage tasks, assign roles within a team, and profitability metrics, among other things. We know that all of them have one main objective: make work more efficient, by organizing companies and making them more profitable.
|Projects and Tasks organization||Yes, by projects, tasks, and subtasks.||Organized by boards and cards.||Yes, by projects, tasks, and subtasks.||Yes, by projects and tasks.|
|Work progress bar||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Suggested / estimated time for each task||No||No||Si||No|
|Counter of hours spent on each task||No||No||Si||No|
|Notifications and tasks status||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Performance and profitability estimation||No||No||Yes||No|
|Cross metrics on sales, eficiency and accounting||No (only Project Management metrics)||No||Yes||No|
|Workflow generation on approved budgets||No||No||Yes||No|
|Internal Chat||Messages on tasks||Messages on tasks||Messages on tasks||Yes|
|File stock||No (integrated with Dropbox and Drive)||No (integrated with Dropbox and Drive)||Yes||Yes (integrated with Dropbox and Drive)|
|Default tasks||No||No||Yes (by projects)||No|
|Free trial||Free for teams of up to 15 people.||Freemium: free version without expiration date, with basic features.||Free Trial: one free month trial, no credit card needed.||Freemium: free versión without expiration date, with basic features.|