Monday.com, A Work Tool that Works for You

by Tech Mainstream Staff


February 20, 2018


Monday.com, A Work Tool that Works for You monday.com board, Photo Credit: monday.com


With the a project management tool, monday.com, formally known as Dapulse, you can "manage your workload, communicate with your team, and celebrate success." The monday.com product keywords used here are "simple, intuitive, and visual."

Monday.com essentially allows you to "manage everything in a single board, communicate with your team in context, manage time and plan ahead visually, keep your clients in the loop, search anything and everything and work exactly how you want with infinite versatility." Monday.com also has an iOS and Android app available.

Who exactly uses Monday.com? Among some of monday.com's customers are the Discovery Channel, Wix, Uber, Adidas, wework, Composite Approach, Outbrain, Conduit and Fiverr. Monday.com has also been mentioned positively in the news: Inc, Forbes, Tech Crunch, Entrepreneur, Tech Mainstream, Reuters and Business Insiders to name a few.

Besides providing an impressive product, monday.com also has an array of help and support for your convenience including webinars, articles and guides.

An important feature of monday.com is the availability of a REST JSON API for your development needs. CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) requests and API Token to authenticate its requests are included in the package.

Monday.com also allows you the opportunity to partner with them by earning a generous commission for the plans your client purchases and your professional services. Monday.com also provides help and assistance including free registration, marketing materials, sales materials, a success manager and assistance during first sales. Another fact is that monday.com is a "phenomenal product" and "something your clients will actually use and love you for bringing it to them."

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