What is Basecamp?
Basecamp is a web-based project management tool developed by 37signals and launched in 2004. The Ruby on Rails framework was extracted from the Basecamp project.
Basecamp offers a free plan that permits limited access as well as a full-blown version of their award winning service in which you’ll be able to access everything for free for 30 days.
Features include the ability to create and manage projects, private or public to-do lists, milestones, messaging, upload and share files, time tracking, notifications, time reporting, assign administration rights to people, admin rights for projects, admin rights for to-do lists, RSS, whiteboards, chat, calendars, assign milestones, design templates, activity stream, corporate branding, assign deadlines, commenting, drag and drop interface, and message boards. Basecamp offers many other extras and 3rd party add-ons that integrate with its core service such as iPhone applications, billing and invoicing tools, planning tools, desktop widgets, and much more.
Who use Basecamp?
Basecamp is the top choice for entrepreneurs, freelancers, small businesses, and groups inside big organizations.
Over 5 million people worldwide have used Basecamp to collaborate on over 4 million projects, track 57 million hours of work, share 46 million files, and complete 43 million to-dos.
For more details, please visit Basecamp website.