We have a small law firm of 8 people and are looking for an easy way to manage our projects. We have trouble with keeping track of projects. For example, I created a contract for a client and handed it over for the boss to review before he sent it off to the client. Unfortunately my boss is so busy with additional projects that he forgot to review it and the project stopped there for 2 weeks. We'd like something to keep track of projects like these.
A quick Google search reveals many possibilities: Flow, Trello, Asana, Basecamp, Quire. They all look good, but we don't have the free time to experiment with every one of them as a team. Hopefully you can direct us to the top choices.
We're looking for a project management program that satisfies the following requirements:
Is super easy for non techie people to use.
Has a simple interface.
Projects are visual-based and you can see them all in one dashboard.
Projects can be handed off to another person.
Maybe color-coded according to the urgency of the project.
Is not more than $200 a year.