19 Jun Track projects with G Suite and Asana
Technology has remodeled the best way companies function—your groups probably don’t appear to be they did 10 years in the past. Now, corporations depend on a cell workforce and require productiveness instruments to assist them collaborate irrespective of the situation, and extra importantly, with out holding up work.
Businesses are utilizing Asana and G Suite to collaborate and handle projects from begin to end. Asana is a challenge administration software that helps groups plan, handle and observe work, and is part of the Recommended for G Suite program. With these two instruments, your group can:
- Create duties in Asana immediately from Gmail
- Add recordsdata immediately from Google Drive to duties in Asana
- Keep observe of deadlines by syncing your duties in Asana with Google Calendar
- Build customized studies in Google Sheets to research challenge knowledge in Asana
How OutSystems makes use of G Suite and Asana to drive advertising launches
OutSystems is a low-code utility platform that makes use of Asana and G Suite to handle digital advertising and promoting projects to achieve its greater than 7 million customers. With 30 entrepreneurs throughout the globe, it’s vital that OutSystems makes use of instruments to streamline critiques and observe challenge standing.
With greater than 90,000 apps constructed on their platform, OutSystems depends on Asana to prioritize projects and create templates for advertising launches. G Suite apps are inbuilt, which implies OutSystems staff can entry their favourite productiveness instruments, like Google Drive, Docs and Sheets, in a single place.
Teams use Drive to connect recordsdata to duties in Asana, Docs to edit internet content material, and Sheets to research challenge knowledge. OutSystems entrepreneurs additionally work with exterior freelancers, and G Suite’s permission sharing settings make it straightforward to guard proprietary info.
You can get began utilizing Asana and G Suite at your small business. Sign up for this free webinar on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.