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3 Great Online Business Collaboration Tools

December 29, 2014

We live in a world and age where mobility has become more important than affordability. More and more employees are working remotely, so they need online cloud-based software tools to stay connected with their team members and managers. Moreover, clients and freelancers from other parts of the world who need to stay connected with their employers are in great need of easy to use online business collaboration tools.

With so many online collaboration tools available today, choosing the right one might be difficult. However, you mustn’t necessarily look for a paid service. The good news is that you can always go with a free online tool that has enough features to keep your business up and running, stay productive and be organized. We have conducted a throughout research and came up with 3 tools which are probably the best free online collaboration tools available on the market. Here they are:

1. Google Docs

Google Docs is definitely the most famous business collaboration tool at the moment, being used by millions of people from all over the world. With Google Docs, unlimited users can work on a document at the same time. This powerful tool allows you to create online presentations, documents and spreadsheets. You can even do that on your mobile device, via the app for Android and iOs. Of course, each document you create online can be easily used offline.

Google Docs is considered the best in its class for collaborative office suites. Its generous free storage space and updated look make this tool one of the best for sharing files.

2. Trello

Over the last few months, we have tested many free project collaboration tools, including famous ones like Podio or Asana. However, we don’t feel that any of these tools deserve to be on our top 3 list. However, Trello is different. This tool uses a unique card-based system that keeps your project overview extremely simple. Each individual task can be easily organized and shared using custom columns such as “In progress” or “to do”. While Podio, Asana and the rest of free cloud-based business collaboration tools are mainly designed for managers, Trello is made for people. Featuring a very simple to use interface and being extremely mobile-friendly, Trello is probably the most user-friendly business collaboration tools available today.

3. Binfire

This tool, marketed as the one that helps you improve your team’s productivity at the lowest cost possible, is a trusted project management solution used by leading companies. Binfire comes with all the features you need to finish projects, including share progress with clients, templates, seamless communication and Dropbox & Google Drive integration. In other words, this tool is one of the most complex online collaboration program available to date.

Some of the Binfire users include famous names, such as Wharton, Stanford University, Catterpillar, Polycom and Teva. Even though Binfire is not free of charge, the basic plan is only $19 per month. This is the definition of affordability.

There are many other free online collaboration tools out there, including Google Hangouts, Skype and Dropbox. In the end, it’s up to you to choose the right cloud-based business collaboration tool for your needs.

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