Upwave Software Review: Overview – Features – Pricing

Overview Presentation

Upwave is a visual productivity platform that helps modern businesses thrive. Organize, plan, track, collaborate and get things done. Manage your teams, projects and tasks in a visual manner – all in one place. Easily and securely involve outside collaborators. The intuitive and user-friendly interface makes it easy to get everyone on board – no extra training needed.

Features, Benefits, Product Strengths

  • Manage tasks, projects and innovation processes in a visual wayGet more done with visual boards. Define your own structure with both columns and rows, or use predefined task boards. Easily drag and drop tasks to visualize progress. Brainstorm, collaborate and innovate in real-time with a growing number of strategy canvases – including Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas and SWOT. 

  • Harness the power of collaborationIn Upwave, users can collaborate in multiple, separate teams, within the same organization workspace. You can create teams for different departments, project groups or external collaborators (customers, contractors, and partners). Break down silos and share knowledge across different teams. Assign tasks, comment, upload files and get real-time feedback.

  • Track time, set estimates and generate reportsTrack time spent on your tasks and set estimates. You can choose to use the automatic timer feature inside a card or create manual time entries. Generate progress reports and get an overview of the progress and status of all tasks in the project, including who is responsible, due date and date of completion. Easily export both timesheets and progress reports in PDF or CSV formats.

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Pricing

Upwave offers a 14-day free trial for everyone. After the trial expires the price for the Standard plan is $4 per user per month. They also offer a tailored Enterprise solution. 

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Target Market

Upwave has customers in over 30 countries across the globe. Primary customer industries are public sector, non-profits and creative consultancies.

Supported Languages

It supports English, Norwegian, German, Dutch, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Some of their Clients

Clients include Gaitline, Trondheim Municipality, Voicebrook and Netlife.

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Testimonials

Liam Pridgeon stated that Upwave helped their global team to improve its productivity, motivation and staff retention.

Lisa Maria Watson states that Upwave has significantly improved their collaboration – resulting in a higher level of employee engagement as well as increased efficiency in their internal communication.

Why Upwave

The main philosophy behind Upwave is the belief that you get more done with the right amount of features and less clutter. Upwave increases productivity, collaboration and employee engagement, and integrates well with other B2B SaaS products, especially G Suite. Upwave’s visual boards helps you focus your attention, both at the task at hand and on your workflow as a whole. Keep all information in one place, and simply drag and drop tasks to visualize progress. Spend less time in unproductive meetings, updating spreadsheets and looking for documents, and more time on actually getting things done.

Company Info

Upwave Technologies AS is the owner of the web app Upwave. It is a privately held Internet software and service company based in Oslo, Norway. Upwave was launched in the spring of 2016 after they were chosen as one of the 12 most promising tech startups in the Nordics by 500 Startups. Upwave was created to offer an easy-to-use enterprise tool that employees actually want to use – without compromising functionality. Their mission is to build happy teams, one task at a time.  

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Jose Maria Delos Santos

Jose Maria Delos Santos

Jose is a subject matter expert and member of the writing team for Project-Management.com and Bridge24. He has written hundreds of articles including project management software reviews, books reviews, training site reviews, and general articles related to the project management industry.

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