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Asana is a popular task and project management tool that allows for an easier team collaboration and communication.
Orchard Collaboration is a free, open source project management, ticketing system, and collaboration framework created on top of Orchard CMS.
For teams of up to 15 users Asana is always available for free. With the free plan you’ll get:
Premium plan enterprise pricing starts will cost $9.99 per member/month billed annually, but can be subjected to reduction for large teams. This is what the plan includes:
An Enterprise Plan is also available for more control and support, and it is priced by quote. Contact the company and share your details for personalized pricing. Here is what you’ll get with this plan:
Orchard Collaboration is a system available completely for free.
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Asana provides a wide range of integrations via partnerships and its API. Below you can find all the major Asana integrations:
Orchard offers the benefit of modularity. Orchard CMS already hosts many third party modules that can extend your system. You can also easily develop custom modules and integrate them with your Orchard Collaboration portal. Using the custom modules, your users can integrate data from other software and services into your Orchard Collaboration portal and vice versa.
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You should note that while both Orchard Collaboration and Asana may offer an excellent range of features every solution might be aimed at a different company size. If you are comparing features you may want to pay attention to a company size they are meant for. Some features could scale up efficiently for large enterprises but if you run a small or medium business it’s often better to stay away from paying for advanced functionalities that you might never use.