Upwave is a cloud-based project management solution designed for small and midsize companies. It features task management, project collaboration, calendar management and project tracking within a suite.
Upwave’s task management feature allows users to create to-do lists using cards. Users can also assign tasks and add priority labels. Users can customize cards by adding checklists and deadlines for the task.
Upwave also features a calendar, where project staff can track the list of tasks and their deadlines. The product also includes a workspace, where managers can define collaboration guidelines for their teams and projects. Users can define different levels of access for their team members, other teams and external parties.
Upwave offers integration with different business solutions, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Google Calendar and Slack. Users can also integrate with other systems via Zapier integration.
Utilisateur vérifié Secteur: Logiciels Nombre d'employés: 51-200 employés
We were looking for a tool to keep a track of all our tasks and the person responsible for them. Now we are on top of our delevirables and we can even estimate how much time a simillar task would take in the future.
The software is extremly easy to figure out and intuitive. Tasks can be assigned to an individual or to a team in a few clicks. Their neat UI with different color theme for tasks of different priority make it very easy to find the most pressing tasks first. We now have a much better idea of what our employees are spending their time on and their effeciency at completing tasks
The platform is quite simple and easy to use, and this is one of its strengths. However, it does lead to it missing out on features that are available with more established players like Asana.
Tom K. Secteur: Banque Nombre d'employés: 51-200 employés
Upwave became the one stop shop for collaboration and tracking progress on projects. Also, the customer service team has been very helpful, offering tips so we are able to maximize functionality and productivity.
Upwave has replaced all of our other organizational software tools, and it has become a center for continuous improvement and innovation. The clean interface promotes accountability and drives issue resolution. Also, it is the perfect tool for managing stakeholder engagement. There is never any confusion because of channels of communication. As a result, our project teams have become much more efficient and productive.
The customer service team at Upwave addressed any complaints I had, tailoring the software to meet the needs of our team.
Daren R. Secteur: Art Nombre d'employés: 13-50 employés
Manage development projects spanning iOS, server and web. Also use a board for hiring.
The interface is clear, versatile and doesn’t try to do too much. The recent templates were very useful. We use it to manage an iPhone app development and release along with hiring and some web development.
I’d like to use it at work but unlike competitors like Asana, UpWave isn’t know at all to IT so they are afraid of it. That’s not really a criticism of the software though. Sometimes I’d do ba a little more control, especially with comleteted tasks for managing up.
Harsha H. Secteur: Logiciels Nombre d'employés: 51-200 employés
It offers a way to visualize your project progress in a really good manner.
The price you pay can be a really subjective matter especially if you are coming from the likes of basecamp to Upwave.
Kevin L. Secteur: Produits alimentaires Nombre d'employés: 2-10 employés
UpWave is a solid contender to Trello, and the advantage I see is that UpWave can have the flexibility of having boards align any way you want, something that I found useful for having an important board. Notifications were solid on UpWave as well, giving me notifications within the app and to my e-mail. Would highly recommend UpWave to anyone looking for a Kanban type setup for their company's to-do management.
UpWave is a lot like trello and does it well when it comes to Kanban To-Do Boards. It's dead simple to use, just create a board(s) and then create tasks which are cards. Simply move them between the boards to track progress. The design of UpWave is super minimal, which is strikingly pleasant to look at if you're working within UpWave all throughout the day. Beyond the UX/UI and design, I really like how UpWave can align boards in whichever way you want, something that Trello does not have. You can align boards to the right and left, and also have one on the bottom, this might be useful for having eyes on a bug board, or support ticket board, or another board that should have all people have eyes on it throughout the day.
UpWave is super simple to use, and nothing to dislike.