WorkflowMax is a cloud-based workflow and job management platform for small to mid-sized businesses. It can track jobs, manage timesheets and documents, as well as send invoices and purchase order requests. In this article, we covered user reviews and pricing. Ready to try WorkflowMax? Get a free trial.
What WorkflowMax Does Well
Users who gave WorkflowMax a positive review said that the app makes it easy for them to manage their tasks and perform invoicing requirements. They also said that it integrates well with other software such as Xero, Dropbox, Google Drive, and more.
One user who gave WorkflowMax a positive review on G2 Crowd commended the app for providing them with a single platform where they can manage their year-long contracts, tax return preparation, onboarding duties, internal jobs, and cost tracking. He also cited the software’s robust reporting capabilities and app integrations.
What WorkflowMax Does Not Do Well
Users who gave WorkflowMax a negative review said that setting up the platform can be quite difficult. They also complained about bugs that cause the app’s timer to fail in saving recorded employee time.
One user who gave WorkflowMax a negative review on G2 Crowd noted that the setup process was challenging at the beginning. He suggested adding more tutorial videos and educational articles to help users with the setup. He also mentioned that the app is not iPad-friendly.
WorkflowMax offers a single subscription plan that ranges from $15/month (1 user) to $250/month (21-50 users). Companies with more than 50 users need to contact the sales team for a customized quote. There’s an option to add the Lead Manager module for an extra $15/month or upgrade to WorkflowMax Premium for another $50/month.
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