Asana provides a simple and powerful way for teams to manage their work. We'll help you get the most out of Asana.

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Asana can be used for simple team projects and is up to the tasks of dealing with complex workflows. We'll help your configure Asana in a way that makes sense for your organization and will make sure that you and your team is up to speed on Asana's features and excited about using Asana.

Target Audience for Asana

Asana can work well for teams of all sizes. Solopreneurs use Asana to work with clients and contractors and large companies use Asana to manage a wide range of different project types. In our experience, Asana is a good choice for teams that have an aptitude for technology and who are list orientated.

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While Asana is convenient for keeping tracking of lists of things, it's also worth noting that it's also possible to use visual boards. When Asana is used in this way, tasks become cards that are added to the appropriate list (column) within a board.

Asana = Ease + Efficiency

Reducing Dependency on email

Many teams rely on email for internal communication and project management. This is inherently inefficient and it's all too easy for important details to slip through the cracks.

In our experience, it's much more efficient to track information and requests using Asana. Asana tasks assigned to a specific person replace requests made by email (or at the water cooler). Tasks and projects can be linked to documents, so you'll always have the relevant information at your fingertips. And discussions about specific projects and task can take place using Asana's built-in comments feature.

Asana Plays Well with Others

Asana has built-in integration with numerous other apps, including Slack, Google Drive and Sales Force. Asana also has excellent support for Zapier, making it possible to created automated workflows that include Asana and hundreds of other apps.

Our Asana Consulting & Training Process

STAGE 1: System Design & Configuration

If you're brand new to Asana, we'll help you get your system up and running. We'll spend some time learning about your processes and sales/project cycles and will work with you to configure Asana in a way that makes sense for your organization.

If you're already using Asana, we'll perform a review of your setup and make specific recommendations for improvements. We'll also work with you to formulate a strategy for implementing these improvements.

Either way, as we walk through the configuration process you'll learn more about Asana's features and best practices.

This stage typically takes place over one or two sessions totalling 3-6 hours, depending on the complexity of the setup. To help keep things focused, it's best just to have one or two people from your team in attendance at these sessions.


For Asana to be an effective solution, it's important that everyone who's using it have at least a basic understanding of Asana's features and of how Asana has been configured for your organization.

It's recommended that everyone in your organization who will be using Asana attend the Basic Training session(s). In addition to learning how to use Asana effectively, they'll be educated on Asana's benefits and will gain an appreciation of how Asana will make their work easier and more efficient.

This stage typically consists of one or two training sessions ranging in length from 90 minutes to two hours. Sessions can optionally be recorded for future review.


At least some people within your organization will need a more advanced understanding of Asana. This could include people who are using the Asana extensively and those who are assuming the role of system administrator.

Advanced Training picks up where Basic Training left off, delving into more advanced topics such as advanced searches and how to integrate with other apps using Asana's built-in integrations and Zapier.

This stage typically consists of one or two training sessions ranging in length from 90 minutes to two hours. Sessions can optionally be recorded for future review.

System Reviews

We recommend a periodic review of your Asana system. This includes identifying any gaps or inconsistencies in the data and formulating ways to make Asana event more convenient and efficient.

System Reviews are also a good opportunity for Asana Administrators to learn about new features in Asana and to get our help adding new processes and workflows to Asana.

System Reviews typically take 1-3 hours. It's recommend that you have a system review about 3 months after starting to use Asana, and then at least once a year moving forward.

Technical Support

Please note that we don't provide ad hoc technical support.

Instead, we recommend visiting Asana Support, where you'll find an extensive library of support articles and instructions on how to contact their Support Team.

Platform & Rate

We provide Asana consulting and training in-person in the Vancouver, Canada area and remotely all over the world using the Zoom online meeting platform.

Our services are either billed on an hourly on contract basis. Please see our Platform & Rates page for more information. 

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Asana is a web-based project manager that helps keep you and your team on the same page. Asana can be used to keep track of tasks, projects and conversations and help ensure that nothing falls through the cracks.

Why We Like Asana

Asana is a thoughtfully designed solution that is highly flexible while still being easy to learn. It can be used free of charge by teams of up to 15 people and scale to accommodate complex projects and large teams.

Our Expertise

Technically Simple Founder, Tim Stringer is also an Asana Certified Pro. He's helped teamed spanning a variety of industries to use Asana effectively.

It's also the project management tool that we use to manage our team at Technically Simple.