There were some discussions last year about project management options and Basecamp came up pretty consistently. I've also looked at Asana and a few others. It appears that the options are more numerous than one's ability to sample them all. That being said, can anyone chime in on any experience they've had comparing different products? If not comparisons, your impressions of a program you like or don't like.
The problems I'm trying to solve are first and foremost keeping tracks of myriad small tasks: getting out standard letters and documents to open a file, following up on recent incoming calls, getting signatures from multiple parties, and lots of other stuff I do my best to delegate. It's primarily with one person, so I don't need an application designed specifically for large teams. But expansion to the rest of the firm might be possible if it works well. Further, I need something I can access quickly and simply from my phone to jot down quick notes or send a task to someone else. I would prefer a program with a desktop application as well where I can modify reminders and incoming alerts with some flexibility between different types of tasks or events. And although I haven't been able to find this product, something that integrates with Worldox would be amazing. (Juris too, although less important.) Finally, my firm is deathly afraid of cloud-based applications. (I believe our malpractice insurer encourages us to never put client files in the cloud...or so says one of our partners.) That's a battle I won't soon or easily win. So anything that allows you to control where the program files are stored (like a local server) would be ideal.
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