What is Asana?

Asana’s website describes it as: "Work anytime, anywhere with Asana. Keep remote and distributed teams, and your entire organization, focused on their goals, projects, and tasks with Asana."

Asana’s Headquarters
Asana’s Capabilities
Some frequently asked questions about Asana
  • Does Asana have: Content Workflow Management? Yes!
    Manage creative asset production workflows within the platform
  • Does Asana have: Kanban View? Yes!
    Connects contributors to a digital workflow chart where users can drag and drop tasks to different columns that reflect the status of the task: "to do", "in progress", and "done"
  • Does Asana have: Document Management? Yes!
    Assists with the creating and managing of documents (e.g., reports, summaries)
  • Does Asana have: 2-Factor Authentication? Yes!
    Verify user login credentials using two or more authentication methods. For example: Google, Facebook, Github, Twitter, etc.
  • Does Asana have: Planning & Scheduling? Yes!
    Prioritize, sequence, and schedule operations; predict and avoid delays; edit schedules and forecast new production timeline
  • Does Asana have: Free Trial? Yes!
    Gives option to try the software, usually for limited amount of time
  • Does Asana have: Activity Logging? Yes!
    Track and record user or system activity


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Evaluating Asana without Clearfind
1 - 12 months of research and meetings
Many Hours
Comb through full software ecosystem and do many hours of research to understand each potential competitor.
Many Hours
Put all competitors on a spreadsheet, and become an expert in the software category to compare the products.
Many Hours
Add criteria to the spreadsheet through your research of what each product does, based on research.
Many Hours
Score each product against criteria. Add new criteria as you research to score, go back and re-score each other product. Realize some are marketing jargon, remove and re-score products.
Many Hours
Contact internal power users and product owners. Convince them to do a review with you and develop a process.
Many Hours
Take in their criteria of why the teams have one product over the other. Do this for all products in comparison set.
Many Hours
Compare your criteria and scoring to the teams reasoning for needing their software. Go back to the teams with clarifying questions.
Many Hours
Realize some of the features they think are unique to their platform may be accommodated in the other platform.
Many Hours
Demo the other platform to be sure, take screenshots. Reach out to the vendors of the software, have one meeting to tell them your process. Have another meeting to do a demo of the product functionality.
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Have a demo with the stakeholders to convince them they would be fine with the other product.
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Make the business case to go with the product you think is best. As you bring it around for approvals, add to it, update it.
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Transform the business case into a presentation, use this presentation to gather final approvals.

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