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December 13, 2007


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Barbara K.

Hi Bill,

How would you contrast Yugma with Basecamp. I have been using Basecamp successfully with distributed partners and clients. You make Yugma sound very attractive. What would be some good reasons to switch to Yugma?

bill Ives

Barbara - Thanks for your question. I have only heard of Basecamp and not seen it. It was one of the first web 2.0 project management tools. I have heard second hand that some people have now switched away from it now that more is out there. There are many new ones such as QuickBase (more general but can be used for projects), Daptiv, a well as Yugma. See my posts on them. Yugma is targeting simplicity and ease of use. Even I could see that I could use it if I had a need for such a tool. I would suggest you try these different tools out, particularily the ones that are free or have free trials. , On the other hand if Basecamp works for you, no need to switch.

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