Do you want it complicated or simple?
When a couple of our Ph.D. developers told us that the Asana interface was too complicated we knew we were on to something with Yalla.
Asana is the monster in our marketplace. They have almost unlimited funds to work with. That makes it really hard for us to compete… but we believe that big things can be accomplished with a small team. In fact, we think that most of you reading this right now are accomplishing big things with a small team. You’re probably a lot like us, relying on sheer grit, determination and creativity to try and compete with these big players!
So if you’re trying to choose between Asana and Yalla, we wanted to create this guide to help you see the difference between the two applications.
Asana lacks client management
Asana is great for internal teams that don’t work with clients on a regular basis, but it lacks a focus on managing and collaborating with clients and vendors. Many small businesses need a platform that is just as focused on interfacing with their clients as it is on communicating with their internal team. Yalla gives a team all of the bells and whistles of a software like Asana but approaches the client-facing side of the application like a small business owner or manager would.
Yalla is built around the relationship between the organization and its clients. You can invite as many clients, vendors, and contractors as you’d like at no extra cost to be a part of your Yalla account as a guest. Then you can use Yalla as an interactive client management system and dashboard while you communicate and collaborate with them.
Yalla lets you track time
Most people required to keep and track time don’t want to have to go and sign up for another app to make that happen. But that’s exactly what Asana requires you to do.
Yalla has time tracking built into every aspect of the application. It’s also got the ability to invoice tracked time through integration with Freshbooks, one of the most popular cloud accounting systems on the market.
Yalla has a built-in communication platform
Asana will let you converse over a specific task or project (which you can also do in Yalla) but doesn’t give you a centralized communication area for team chat, direct message chat, and client chats. Yalla has all of that built in.
Those are just a few reasons we prefer Yalla over Asana. But we’d like your thoughts, too. Try Yalla for free today and let us know what you think!