Frequently asked questions

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We are comparing a communication tool (Teams) with a collaboration tool (Asana) here. So the question is not: ‘Which tool is better?’ but rather: ‘Both tools together are perfect (better together).’ Companies use Teams for video calls and ad-hoc chat communication and seamlessly integrate Asana as a project, task, and collaboration tool into Teams (and vice versa). We’ve even recorded a video demonstrating this, which you can find here.
Asana will certainly help you spend less time switching between different apps and using multiple channels for work communication. It won’t completely replace your MS Teams, but you will notice a significant reduction in the number of messages when all work, projects, and tasks are transferred to Asana. Your team should decide how to best integrate Asana into your current toolset. The experts at BridgeFlow can assist with that!

The rollout within the company depends on various factors, such as the company’s size, the complexity of workflows, and employee adoption. One possible approach is to start by selecting a small team to test the platform and provide feedback. Afterward, additional departments can be gradually added. It is also important to provide training and training materials to ensure that all employees can use the platform. Regarding the duration of the rollout, it can vary depending on the size and complexity of the company.

For example, a typical Asana rollout for 100 employees takes about 3-6 months, depending on the scope of training, availability, etc. In a smaller company, this can happen more quickly, and Asana can be fully implemented within a few weeks.

The implementation costs heavily depend on the tools, processes, and scope. In any case, for larger roll-outs (>100 employees), companies should budget separately and allocate at least half of a staff resource for professional services.
At BridgeFlow, we follow a modular, results-oriented approach. Individual modules are customized to the customer and adapted to their specific needs.
The foundation for a successful optimization is our in-depth analysis of your current workflows and clear goal setting. Once the analysis is complete and the goal is defined, we begin with the definition and implementation of your customized tool stack. This includes optimizing your work processes and training your employees. After the consultation, we don’t leave you hanging. Our experts are available to you at any time for questions, updates, and adjustments. This is part of our strong service-oriented approach: Our success is the improvement of your business efficiency.

Asana is at the core of our work – our philosophy is that every company should use a central work management tool like Asana to control work, processes, projects, and more.

In addition to Asana, we offer complementary tools:

  • Make.com – as a no-code/low-code platform to enable cross-tool workflows through APIs.
  • Airtable.com – as an app platform to enable complex, database-heavy, and complementary workflows to Asana.
  • Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace: We have experts for both office suites and seamlessly integrate them with Asana, etc.

Yes, Make.com is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliant. You can find more information on that here.

Yes, Asana is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliant. To ensure compliance, Asana has implemented robust access controls and data encryption measures to keep user data secure and protected. You can find more information in our blog posts.
Asana can be rapidly implemented, and the associated increase in productivity, efficiency, and collaboration is achieved all the more swiftly. Furthermore, the tool ensures consistent visibility throughout the entire organization by connecting workflows and real-time monitoring. Asana invests heavily in research and development and releases new features only when they function securely and stably. The platform is scalable and adaptable to the goals of any organization with extensive integration possibilities and APIs

User-Friendly Interface: The platform often provides a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface, allowing users to create workflows without extensive programming knowledge.

Customizable Automation: Users can customize and tailor automation workflows to meet their specific requirements.

Scalability: Make.com enables companies to scale their automation workflows as needed to keep up with growth and demands.

Real-Time Data Integration: Make.com allows real-time integration and synchronization of data between different applications to ensure up-to-date information.

Flexibility and Adaptability: Airtable allows users to create customized databases and workspaces that align with their specific needs and workflows.

Various Field Types: Airtable offers a variety of field types such as text, number, date, attachment, link, and more to effectively store different types of data.

Expandability: The platform provides the option to build custom apps and integrations using the Airtable API to further extend functionality.

Visualization and Reporting: Airtable enables users to visually represent data, create charts, and generate reports to gain insights from the collected information.”

Yes, Asana is used in all industries and company sizes. You can find some examples on our website.

Asana offers various pricing plans that cater to different business requirements and sizes. Here are the key pricing plans for Asana:

Premium: Asana’s Premium plan is priced at €10.99 per user per month when billed annually, and it’s suitable for small teams with lower complexity.

Business: Asana’s Business plan is priced at €24.99 per user per month when billed annually. It’s recommended for most companies with over 10 employees that work on multiple projects and cross-functional teams.

Enterprise: Asana’s Enterprise plan is tailored for large organizations with specific needs. Pricing for this plan is negotiated individually with us. In addition to the features of the Business plan, the Enterprise plan offers advanced security features, enhanced admin capabilities, and priority support.

Make.com offers different versions with varying monthly or annual costs. It depends largely on the plan and the number of ‘operations’ consumed. Consulting on your use cases can be helpful in estimating the final costs. Feel free to contact us.

If you’re looking to purchase Make.com, get in touch with us directly to receive an attractive enterprise offer through BridgeFlow.

Airtable offers various pricing plans to cater to different business needs and sizes. Here are the key pricing plans for Airtable:

Plus: Airtable’s Plus plan is priced at €10 per user per month when billed annually and is suitable for teams looking to create connected applications to manage their own workflows.

Pro: Airtable’s Pro plan is priced at €20 per user per month when billed annually and is designed for cross-team applications, such as between two departments.

Enterprise: Airtable’s Enterprise plan is tailored for large organizations with specific requirements, offering advanced security features and improved admin capabilities. Pricing for this plan is negotiated with Airtable’s sales team. You can find more information here.

Yes, Asana, Airtable, and others can be quickly and easily integrated into your existing tool landscape. They all offer various integrations and features to facilitate seamless collaboration with other tools such as Microsoft Teams, Outlook Calendar, SharePoint, Jira, Salesforce, and more. Through our partnership with the no-code tool Make.com by Celonius, BridgeFlow can integrate Asana, Airtable, and even more complex APIs from tools like SAP S4 Hana, ServiceNow, and other enterprise tools for you.
Yes, Asana can provide value even if you’re not working on projects. While Asana is primarily known as a project management tool, it can also be extremely useful for individual workflows and personal task management. You can use it for tasks such as task management, time management, and gaining an overview and transparency of your progress through dashboards. Overall, Asana can help you better organize your personal tasks and workflows, boost your productivity, and keep track of your work, whether or not you’re working on projects.
Yes, with Asana, you can automate specific workflows. Asana offers a feature called ‘Rules’ that allows you to automate recurring tasks. For example, you can set up rules to automatically create tasks, update statuses, send notifications, or alert team members when specific events occur. This helps reduce manual steps and streamline workflows. Asana also provides integrations with other tools and platforms, offering further automation possibilities. As a Make.com partner, we can set up additional, custom integrations for you (e.g., linking Asana with your CRM tool).

Asana and Airtable are both project management tools, but with different focuses and features. Here are some key differences between the two:

Asana is a tool that focuses on managing and organizing tasks, projects, and team workflows. It offers features like task assignments, timelines, calendar views, file attachments, and team communication. It is often used across the entire organization and cross-departmentally.

On the other hand, Airtable is more of a flexible database and collaboration tool that combines spreadsheet-like functionality with a database. It allows the creation of flexible databases that work with relationships and links between data elements. It is frequently used by technical or data-driven teams and can seamlessly integrate with Asana.


Marc-Antonio Allen • Business Development Manager DACH


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