Freelancing has come a long way from being a temporary trend to the global phenomenon that it has now become. The younger gen that had been craving for freedom, flexibility & mobility in work, are now thriving with options.
With rapid advancements in technology & infrastructure, it’s now pretty easy to setup your own private workplace from the comfort of your den.
5 years back, who would have thought that a designer sitting from the Bahamas can also work for someone from the Canadian alps. That barrier has long been broken now, for the good.
Freelancing is pretty much a win-win scenario for both parties, if done professionally. But when the parties are sitting oceans apart, you can’t totally avoid the chances of a few miss-communications.
Whether it’s a language barrier or the difference in time-zones… you always need to be on your toes. And things can get real serious if you’re dealing with a whole bunch of clients across the globe. Everyone has different deadlines, time-zones.
That’s when you need a simple but efficient Project Collaboration tool to take care of some of the management stuff, so that you focus on what you do best.
Orangescrum, is a just the kind of Project Collaboration tool for you if you’re really serious about your freelancing work. It comes with two editions: cloud (with a monthly subscription fee, suiting everyone’s needs) & community (it’s open source, & it’s free with a bunch of available add-ons).
It really makes business so easy. You can add your clients into your projects and let them know about the status, timeline, updates in real time. If you’re a team of freelancers, Orangescrum works even better with resource allocation being one of its highlight features.
When the business end of a deal nears, sending an invoice can’t get any easier. Orangescrum prepares the invoice for you, & all you need to do is send it to your client; on time, always. Such transparency also creates a good impression on the other side of the table.
There’s so much more to Orangescrum. Take a demo today, to know more about it.
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