Total Overview of Slack and Basecamp
Slack is rated by its users with a four and a half stars whereas Basecamp is rated with four stars by its users. Slack works with various operating systems such as Apple's iOS, Windows as well as Linux, whereas Basecamp works on only Apple devices and systems with Windows installed in them. When it comes to compatibility on mobile devices, both Slack and Basecamp are compatible on Apple, Android Windows devices. They are both deployable on mobile use and cloud use, but not on-premise. The price range for Slack is lesser than that of Basecamp.
Pricing Factors for Slack and Basecamp
Both Slack and Basecamp come with either a monthly or annual subscription fee for each user. Slack comes with a contract that can be renewed either monthly or annually, and the free version does not come with a contract. Basecamp requires no contract. Both Slack and Basecamp have no fees they have to pay upfront and do not have recurring costs either.
Applications, Ease of Use and Support for Slack and Basecamp
Slack comes with only document management application with their product management software. Basecamp, on the other hand, comes with task management features as well as reporting features and document management and issue management as well.
Both software applications, Slack and Basecamp, have been rated equally on their ease of use. They have been given a rating of four and a half in this aspect. Slack rates higher when it comes to support as compared to Basecamp. Slack comes with support such as online case submission and other online support. Basecamp come with online case submission on support, online support as well as training support for its users.
- This white paper compares the benefits and functionality of two popular project management software - Slack and Basecamp
- This comparison uses user ratings to create an analysis with various factors
- There is pricing, support, applications of the software, what systems they are compatible to, what is their subscription process, and more