Project Management
Application

The Asana Project Management Application

From the small stuff to the big picture, Asana organizes work so teams know what to do, why it matters, and how to get it done.

Challenges when working in teams:

Using Asana will:

Asana has the tools to keep your entire team working together, from the executive team to production staff and outside contractors.

Projects and Tasks

Organise and manage initiatives in shared lists and boards, and give each piece of work a clear owner.

Templates

Turn processes into templates everyone can use, so nothing falls through the cracks and recurring projects run smoothly every time.

Start & Due Dates

Specify when work should start and when it’s due, so everyone’s working off the same deadline.

Timeline & Calendar View

Create a project plan that shows you how all the pieces fit together and see it as a calendar to spot holes and overlaps in your schedule and make adjustments.

Status Updates

Cut down on check-in meetings by sharing project status updates with teammates and stakeholders right in Asana.

Portfolios

Monitor the status of all your projects in real-time with Portfolios, so you can keep strategic initiatives on track and easily report on progress.

Easy Time Management

View and manage members and guests, and adjust permission settings for members and teams so you can control who has access to work.

Secure Your Work

With password controls, Google SSO, SAML and member deprovisioning, you have control over what’s happening in your organisations’ Asana account.

Data Protection

Your data is secured with encryption at rest, service accounts, and cross-regional backups (with a 99.9% SLA uptime).

Choose Your Perspective

Timeline

See how work maps out over time. Manage dependent, overlapping, and unscheduled tasks—and create plans your team can count on.

List View

Organize and assign tasks. With lists, teams see immediately what they need to do, which tasks are a priority, and when work is due.

Asana has proved indispensable
across many sectors and activities

Marketing Firms – Use Asana to create and execute marketing plans. Tools such as timelines and milestones allow for full-year planning across multiple media channels.

Real Estate Firms – The real estate industry requires a multitude of, although repetitive, necessary paperwork. Asana organizes these tasks between the sales department and administration. Website updates and procedures are streamlined between administration, sales staff and photographers.

Tech Companies – Programmers working in a team environment use Asana to stay current as tasks, assignees and projects advance as many tasks are dependant on the completion of other tasks.

Publishers – Magazine Publishers use Asana to keep the entire editorial team in sync, including editors, writers, photographers, and website developers. Publishers know precisely where there their magazine is in the production process and are aware of bottlenecks as they arise.

Advertising Firms – Asana integrates with the Adobe suite of creative applications, creating a smooth workflow from clients, account managers, art directors and graphic designers to the proofing and approval process.

Associations – Association with volunteer staff enjoy Asana for task and project assignment, meeting agendas and minutes while keeping the entire organization up to date on who is doing what and when.

Website Development – Website development firms keep their clients and projects organized with all marketing collateral and materials easily found in one spot. Assigning tasks and allocating deadlines makes remote working more manageable and increases efficiency by dramatically reducing email traffic and lost or missed information.

Business Consultancies and Executives – Many executives orchestrate and execute high-level administrative tasks such as annual reports, annual meetings, business plans and long-term strategic planning. Even IPO’s are less complicated when viewed on a timeline.