- Established: 2001
- HQ: Lehi, UT, USA
- Best suited for large companies
- Workfront Fusion takes “codeless” approach to integration and automation
- Restricts access to project data by user license type
What is Workfront?
‘Built for enterprises’ – that's the first thing that comes to mind when looking at Workfront. This tool is all about helping large companies connect disparate teams using numerous digital platforms to get work done. Workfront says it also caters to smaller teams, but it's clearly built with large companies in mind, given the depth of its resource management capabilities – and the fact that Workfront customizes (some might say restricts) what you see based on your role within a company.
What makes Workfront particularly interesting, however, is its focus on centralization. It wants to be a company's “operational system of record.” That means taking in data from the company's various online tools, and putting them together to get work done in one spot. The key part of that aim is Fusion, a drag-and-drop tool for integrating third-party services with Workfront.
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Workfront Video Overview: Performance Management in Action
This video from Workfront shows the basic workflow of the project management software, from request for a marketing asset to delivery from the design team.
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