Task management is great, but team members also need to communicate about what they’re working on. Trello can integrate with Slack (another expensive, per-user app) to get both Tasks and Chat, but you can’t have the same user set in each app, functionality is limited, and integrations commonly break when other apps are updated.
These issues can dramatically slow down your team’s collaboration.
Ryver seamlessly integrates team communication tools (Chat + Topics + Voice & Video Calls) and task management (Tasks) to help your team streamline collaboration.
Ryver’s ease-of-use helps your team stay focused on being most productive.
Trello paid plans start at $10/user/month, so adding new users to a project quickly adds up.
At a minimum of $120/user/year, Trello can quickly become unaffordable for teams.
Ryver is just $69/month for up to 12 users, $129/month for up to 30 users ($4 for additional users), and affordable Enterprise plans are available as well.
Ryver’s flat-rate pricing lets you build teams without breaking the bank.
Trello does have a free version, but it’s designed for “individuals, friends, and family.”
Their Business Class & Enterprise plans that include features for businesses like managing who can create boards range from $10-17.50/user/month.
With Ryver’s affordable flat rate plans, you can do 2x more than Trello in one app on an unlimited basis.
No extra costs. Period.
Already have a bunch of boards setup in Trello? You can easily import them into Ryver.