With Optimy, users can create and tailor their own forms, administer and manage multiple activities from a centralized dashboard.
Zoho Projects is a free online project planning and collaboration software tool that helps to get your projects done faster.
Optimy integrates with the following business systems and applications:
Zoho is designed to work in compatible with the following add-ons and third-party applications:
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Optimy pricing plans are available only on a quote basis. Contact the company for additional information.
Zoho has four plans designed to cater to the varying needs of various business types. For those who want to take the tool for a spin first, you can get Zoho Projects free trial here.
Standard – $25/month (billed monthly) or $20/month (billed annually) plus tax, as applicable
Express – $50/month (billed monthly) or $40/month (billed annually) plus tax, as applicable
Premium – $100/month (billed monthly) or $85/month (billed annually) plus tax, as applicable
Enterprise – $150/month (billed monthly) or $125/month (billed annually) plus tax, as applicable
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Every time you compare various Project Management Software apps you shouldn’t only study their list of features and provided pricing plans. Consider that the app should be adjusted to your work processes and business so the more flexible their offer the better. Learn which OSes are supported by Zoho Projects and Optimy and be certain you will get mobile support for whichever devices you work on in your company. It may also be a good idea to find out which languages and countries are supported, as this could be a deal breaker for many businesses.