6 Tools Project 100 Use For Efficient Workflow


At Project 100, we get a buzz out of adopting the up-and-coming tools and trends available to virtual company’s in this digital age. Because who doesn’t want to continuously improve the productivity and efficiency of their work output!? Today we’re letting you in on some of our secrets to thriving in a virtual company.Find out ­­­­­which applications make Project 100’s workflow, well, flow better by checking out what tools our team employ below.

  1. Slack  

Slack has positioned itself as a dominant player in unifying teams across the board. And no wonder! This tool goes beyond its primary purpose as a mode ofcommunication, with its ability to seamlessly integrate a plethora of apps into the one platform.With endless deadlines to meet, Slack reduces the time spent on tedious tasks by making all your dailyapps available in one place. With all team files, messages, calls, applicationsand colleagues on Slack, it mimics the benefits of a physical office, while still reaping the benefits of a virtual one!

  1. HubSpot

As traditional marketing has been replaced with personalized tactics in 2018, HubSpot hasbecome our main tool inbuilding customer relationships and converting leads. HubSpot covers all the tools required to do inboundmarketing on the one platform.With many teams utilizing Slack as a primary communication tool, integrating it with HubSpot means you don’t even have to leave Slack to liaise with your customers and prospects.

  1. PandaDoc 

PandaDoc pride themselves as the future of documents, and our team are here to approve that title! This software enables teams to create, send, and e-sign documents. At Project 100, PandaDoc is used to create proposals that are electronic, interactive, actionable, and feature-rich. The business templates provided are ace at kickstarting this process.

PandaDoc can also be conveniently integrated with HubSpot!

  1. Asana

As workplaces are becoming increasingly run virtually, Asana is the most efficient way to manage team projects and tasks. Its extensive features allow employers and employees to map out each and every step of a project, keeping all the files and other required details organized in a simplified manner. At Project 100, Slack is our primary communication tool. Thus, the integration of Slack with Asana is ideal! The platform can post updates to Slack channels whenever notifications occur on Asana. Hit up Asana to smash those goals, and get projects done without the mess of having pieces of a project here there and everywhere!

  1. Dropbox

Dropbox is a major driver for Project 100’s creative collaboration. The platform allows our entire team, or those working on a particular project to brainstorm, rough draft, and share files.With a high output of creative team projects, Dropbox makes the final presentation of our work an efficient process.

  1. MailChimp

Nurturing and renewing customer relationships is imperative in building not only a healthy customer base, but also brand image.

MailChimp describes itself has a ‘second brain’ – helping millions of businesses find their ideal audience, engage with customers, and sustain the process of building their brand. This automation platform offers extensive features, allowing Project 100 to create marketing material that reflects exactly what our team are, and strive to be.