Top 5 Alternatives to Asana Project Management Software

alternatives to asana

Asana is currently one of the most popular project management solutions in the market, best known for its task management features. But, if its features don’t impress you, or the solution doesn’t meet your business needs, here are the top five alternatives to Asana.


Top 5 Alternatives to Asana Project Management Software



The management and the collaboration solution Wrike is billed as the best alternatives to Asana. It lets you organize everything that you need to complete a project. You can break large goals into manageable pieces, attach files, and set due dates. Moreover, you can also track budget and time, which helps determine the time spent on a task by team members. And, unlike Asana, Wrike features the Gantt Chart, which provides a visual timeline for viewing the project schedule and setting dependencies in real time.

Wrike offers four pricing tiers: the free option, Professional ($9.80/user/month); Business ($24.80/user/month); Marketers ($34.60/user/month); and Enterprise (custom price quote).

Here’s our in-depth review of Wrike – pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons



Trello is one of the simplest project management solutions in the market. It is a viable Asana alternative for small business owners, especially those who don’t have to manage complex tasks. With this intuitive solution, you can organize your projects into Kanban boards and visually collaborate with other members. It lets you create separate boards for each project, as well as designate a board for different activities that you are supposed to do. Moreover, you can create the necessary lists within the same board. Like Asana, Trello, too, does not feature the Gantt Chart.

You can use Trello for free, but if you want to use its robust features, then it’s better to go for one of the paid versions — Business Class ($9.99 per user/per month) and Enterprise ($20.83 per user/per month).

Here’s our in-depth review of Trello – pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons


Zoho Projects

Leveraging Zoho Projects, you can organize complex projects into easily manageable units by breaking it into milestones, tasklists, and tasks. You can also get in-depth insight with Gantt charts, collaborate with employees, clients, vendors, and consultants, and track and fix issues. Like other Asana alternatives, Zoho Projects, too, offers integration with other third-party apps.

You can get started with a free plan if yours is a team of up to five users. Zoho also offers a 10-day free trial, and four paid pricing tiers: Standard ($20/month), Express ($40/month), Premium ($85/month), and Enterprise ($125/month).

Here’s our in-depth review of Zoho Projects – pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons



If you are into enterprise software development, Jira is the solution to choose. With this agile project management system, you can plan, track and release the software on time. It also lets you view real-time, visual data to determine issues. Asana features only Kanban-based boards, but Jira lets you combine Scrum and Kanban-based boards in a single project. Moreover, Jira is a more flexible, customizable solution. You can also configure it as per your business needs.

Pricing for its cloud-hosted solution: for up to 10 users — $10/month; for a team consisting of 11 to100 users — $7/per user/per month. It also offers a 7-day free trial.

Here’s our in-depth review of JIRA – pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons



Taskworld is a cloud-hosted virtual task management and planning application. Its visual boards let you create tasks for ideas and set their due dates, and you can monitor the progress with its interactive boards. Moreover, its automated templates make workflow management hassle-free. Taskworld’s interface is visually appealing, and its drag-and-drop functionality and easy-to-use text editor are better than Asana.

It offers two pricing tiers: Professional ($10.99 per user, per month) and Enterprise (custom price quote). It also offers a 15-day free trial.



All the alternatives to Asana have their pros and cons. It’s better to compare their features, functionality, ease-of-use, third-party integration, and pricing before choosing a project management solution for your business.


About Sreeram Sreenivasan

Sreeram Sreenivasan is the Founder of Ubiq, a business dashboard & reporting platform for small & medium businesses. Ubiq makes it easy to build business dashboards & reports for your business. Try it for free today!