WorkZone has been around for nearly 20 years and, in that time, it has built a stable project management software solution used by thousands of customers around the world. It seems to be focused on allowing customers to focus on the core of project management without the clutter. This is reflected in its strict adherence to certain features within its application. These include limited project views, time tracking, workload tracking, approval workflows and automation, Gantt charts, and customization tools. This approach, while effective for many, can feel like WorkZone isn’t innovating as fast as its competitors. This is only enforced by the UI looking dated in some areas. With that being said, if you want software that’s good at what it does, robust support options, and simple automation then WorkZone may be worth taking a closer look at.
Using Workzone makes it easy to manage tasks and import a checklist of information for a project. Communication with coworkers and the ability to upload photos and documents to a project are also valuable.
Allow teammates to be notified when their tasks are complete
Templates are difficult to create and manage