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Basecamp vs Huddle vs Wrike
Free planYes 1 project, 2 Writeboards, 10 MB file storage
Free trial periodYes 30 days
Pricing plans
  • Basic plan: $24/month (15 projects, 5 GB file storage)
  • Plus: $49/month (35 projects, 15 GB file storage)
  • Premium: $99/month (100 projects, 30 GB file storage)
  • Max: $149/month (unlimited projects, 75 GB file storage)
LicenseCloud-based SaaS
LDAP supportYes
Contacts Address BookNo
Shared CalendarNo
Schedule meetingsNo
Export dataYes HTML, XML
Visual customization- logo
OpenID AuthenticationNo
Email notificationsYes
Mobile versionYes
SSL SecurityYes
Project management
Time tracking / TimesheetsNo
Automatic Tracking timerNo
Project MilestonesNo
Tasks managementYes
Gantt chart- With external plugins
Resource management- Rudimentary in Basecamp. The new basecamp does not support time tracking which really kills resource management. However, roadmap, which bi-directionally links with Basecamp, does an excellent job of this.
Workflow systemNo
Report generationYes
Issue trackingNo
Document Management
Document editingNo
Online browser editingNo
Document sharing and storageYes
Access rights managementYes
Document VersioningNo
Description/Tags for documentsNo
Forums & BlogsYes
Micro- blogging Status UpdatesYes
Live chatYes
Phone conferencingNo
Social Share
Integration with third parties services
Import Basecamp dataYes It is already Basecamp data...
Freshbooks integrationNo
Google Apps integration
Microsoft Office Integration
In frenchNo
Service Level Agreement (SLA)No
Email supportYes
Livechat supportNo
Phone SupportNo
Twitter supportNo
Live video brodcast (events, webinars)No
Video tutorialsYes
Public Feedback SystemYes "Answers" Forums
Social Networks
Project Management
Jul. 14th 2017 10:08:22 AM
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User reviews and comments

  • Peter Huboi on Aug. 31st 2015 7:56:27 PM
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    I like the fact that the pricing model is not based on "per user" , but rather "# of projects". Also, I use their templates feature.

  • AMarino on Jul. 16th 2015 6:16:34 PM
    rated this Item: Rating 2/5

    Many features missing, many features need external plugins which would be hard to keep track of/etc.

  • AMarino on Jul. 16th 2015 6:06:19 PM
    rated this Item: Agile support 1/5

    No custom task status, tasks can't be moved between projects or task lists.

  • AMarino on Jul. 16th 2015 5:59:42 PM
    rated this Item: Project status overview 3/5

    Gives a pretty complete overview, but nothing that shows 'at a glance' how the project is doing in terms of any timeline/etc.

  • AMarino on Jul. 16th 2015 5:47:46 PM
    rated this Item: Project/Task Templating 5/5

    Can make templates from an existing project, or from scratch

  • hanulgom on Sep. 13th 2013 7:17:19 AM
    like this


  • jessica on Jul. 11th 2013 1:51:25 PM

    Nodoubt, Basecamp is good but it lacks important features like time tracking, private messages and integration with google. Have you tried proofhub? Features like time tracking, casper (hidden) mode, to-do's, discussions make it awesome. So, you don't miss anything.

  • Kurt Anderson on May 25th 2012 10:02:56 PM
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    Basecamp sets the standard for ease of use and also importantly in data sharing with other applications. It would even be better if they told developers when they change their API!