Asana is one of the top choices for project management software. It offers a good set of features, and a modern web design that’s easy to navigate and understand. It also offers a free tier for those with simpler needs, although most companies will be better served by the paid offerings.
Asana can cost as little as $6.25 per user, per month, while most companies will pay around $19.99 per user, per month. There is also a higher priced Enterprise tier, intended for larger organizations with IT departments and more stringent needs; however, Asana does not publish these prices, as they require negotiation with the company's sales team.
With that in mind, we'll discuss the prices we do know about, and the features Asana offers at each of its tiers.
In This Guide:
- Asana Pricing Plans — Jira provides users with a number of different pricing plans, check them out here.
- Asana Cost Per User — Like most business software, Jira pricing operates on a cost per user basis
- Asana Basic Costs— An affordable option in which users don't have to worry about managing their own server
- Asana Premium Costs— For small to medium sized businesses looking host their own Jira server
- Asana Business Costs— Exclusively for enterprise-level companies with at least 500 employees.
- Asana Enterprise Costs— Exclusively for enterprise-level companies with at least 500 employees.
- Should You Pay for Asana?— The final verdict on whether Jira is right for you
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- Plenty of third party integrations
- Incredible clean and intuitive interface
- Free options available
- Most key features require Premium plan
- High prices for larger teams
- Limited customizability
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