Unito is a project management tools integrator that enables the connection between and among tools. It automatically synchronizes work items, such as projects, tasks, issues, cards, or to-dos between different online software for greater collaboration. Now, it is possible for users to work with their favorite tool and still be able to collaborate with others who are using different applications. They do not have to switch between applications. And they can use filters to sync just the right work items they want to collaborate on.
Features, Benefits, Strengths
- Use Your Preferred Tool – Unito allows users to keep using the tools they love. If project managers prefer to use Asana, and developers are happy with GitHub, then it is possible to let these teams work on their preferred tools and still be able to collaborate and keep each other updated. No team has to compromise or force themselves to use a tool that is not effective for their work. Moreover, using one tool is more efficient, without having to switch apps just to work with another group of users.
- Two-way Sync – The project management tools integrator uses a more powerful two-way sync that allows different teams of users to work on their preferred application but still keep each other automatically updated. One-way sync simply copies data, for example, a task, from one tool to another. The second someone makes a change after the one-way sync, the new information will not be visible to others. By applying two-way sync between multiple tools, users are able to see the bigger picture of what is going on across their organization.
- Easy setup, More Integrations coming – Unito is easy to set up with just a few clicks. Users only have to select the 2 tools they want to sync, add filters so they can work on the right content they want to collaborate with, and map the fields to easily manage how they want to work. At present, the following tools can be synchronized with one another: Asana, Basecamp, Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab, Jira, Trello, Wrike, and Zendesk. Upcoming integrations are being worked on for Hubspot, Salesforce, and Intercom.
Unito offers several paid plans. The Personal plan is priced at $10 per month on a yearly subscription ($12 month to month subscription). It includes 10 active users, 5 synced projects, and 10-minute syncs. Other features include multi-sync, filtering, and 10 Trello mirrors. The Team plan is at $39 per month billed yearly, includes all features available in the Personal plan, 20 active users, 15 synced projects, 5-minute syncs, and more advanced features, such as sub-tasks, epics, on-premise tools, onboarding, and others. The Business plan is at $125 per month billed yearly, includes for 50 active users, 40 synced projects, live syncing, and more features. An Enterprise plan is also available.
Unito is a valuable integration tool for businesses of all sizes, whose teams are using different online work management tools.
Some of their Clients
Clients include HP, Wix, Conservation International, RSC, and FitFlop.
Ralph Figueroa stated that Unito provides a reliable and easy-to-implement sync interface. They are using it between Jira and their design team ticketing solution. He described it as an awesome app.
Tatiana Wiegand-Stuart stated that the PM tools integrator helps bring together their multidivisional team. Unito enables them to use their preferred tool without having to worry they may miss important information.
Unito addresses a real issue of the need to use different tools in an organization. Instead of forcing everyone to work on a single platform that may not be ideal for some teams, it provides a solution so that teams can work on tools that are most effective for their work, and still be able to collaborate with other teams.
Unito is a privately held software company based in Montreal, QC, Canada. It was founded in 2015 by Marc Boscher, CEO; Eryk Warren, CTO; and John Espinoza, former VP of Engineering. Due to the rising popularity of SaaS tools, a great number of companies are adopting a variety of these tools only to discover the many problems that come along with it, especially its inability to “talk” with each other to facilitate greater collaboration. So, instead of building another project management tool or collaboration platform, the founders built a tool that connects and synchronizes these existing tools.