We all love Asana for its ability to help teams organize, track, and manage their work.
But what are its limits?
For example, imagine you are trying to build out Asana as the backbone of a large land surveying company.
The organization consists of a complex network of remote teams performing work –
- Field operations personnel traveling to building sites with equipment
- 3D modeling staff working on digital files using desktop app’s
- Sales and marketing employees interested in leveraging all types of content
- Management trying to coordinate employee utilization and prevent rework or missed shots
- Owners looking to understand various financial levers as the firm grows
- General & admin workers looking to keep the machine running smoothly
I could see Asana working well for one of these teams. I could see a couple of them working together. But is it impossible for the entire company to run on Asana as its core operating system???
I’m talking true frictionless operations.
Project solicitation – Proposal submission – Project management (Scheduling, Field work, Digital work, QC) – Project delivery – Payment
…with key touchpoints integrated into CS and S&M platforms to outstanding ensure customer experiences every step of the way.