Jan 20

Project management with Basecamp

Happy New Year!  

I wish every entrepreneur all the best in 2010. They said it will be a great year and I really want to believe that! Things at ADF International will change a little bit this year, but change is good, so stay tuned!

If you are like me, you may have 5 pots and pans going at the same time  on the stove. Not only would you need a big stove, but you would also have to know exactly what to do and when, or risk forgetting to add salt here or there. You may do a great job, but juggling multiple tasks requires that you are very organized, whether it’s in the kitchen or in your office.

To stay organized I use my favorite online project management tool created by 37 signals called Basecamp. It’s so easy to use that it feels like playing while working on my projects. I’ve tried other desktop programs, but those required far more training to use than Basecamp. With Basecamp there is nothing to install; all you need to do is register online and be instantly up and running. The available add-ons also help customize this tool, making life easier for users. Add-ons include apps for iPhones, invoicing, time-tracking, reporting, charts, etc.

Basecamp is highly recommended to associates, friends and family by almost 100% of its users (including moi). And if you find out who all is using this tool, you will be amazed and want to jump on it yourself! 

So who is benefitting from Basecamp? Users range from small business owners, to non-profits, from agencies to entrepreneurs. It looks like everyone is using this tool, are you?  Some of  the world famous brands utilizing Basecamp are: Adidas, Last FM, WWF, USA Today, Best Buy, DHL Express, Kellogs, National Geographic and many more.

There are various plans to choose from, including a free plan for doing a test-ride. If you have been looking for an easy way to manage your projects,  there is really no excuse for not trying out Basecamp.

Are you convinced yet? 🙂  Check out my affiliate link below to get more information about this awesome tool. I promise, you won’t regret it!



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