Zoho undoubtedly tries to appeal to value seekers with its low prices that can be a blessing to cash-strapped small businesses. Indeed, the company’s visually attractive Projects 7.0 revamp drives home superb features that defy the small, $10-and-under pricing scheme.
But, rapidly growing entities might wish to tread lightly since Projects makes the most sense if you have a smaller team.
Projects’ midrange plan, Premium, only supports up to 50 users, but with a proportionately generous 100 gigabytes of total storage.
On the other hand, if you upgrade to the top-level Enterprise subscription, you’ll get unlimited users but only 20 more gigabytes of storage, totaling 120 gigabytes. This effectively caps how many users could realistically be added to the Enterprise plan, since there is no proportionate increase in storage capacity to support them.
As a result, you’ll inevitably be hindered either by Projects’ user limit or digital storage capacity, making the software title more cost-effective the smaller your organization is.
Nonetheless, if Projects still sounds right for your situation, then read on to analyze available plans and features.