See this comparison of BigTime vs. Freedcamp based on data from user reviews. BigTime rates 4.5/5 stars with 248 reviews. Freedcamp rates 4.4/5 stars with 31 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.
Based on 248 reviews
Based on 31 reviews
$5.95 per user per month billed annually
$17 per user per month billed annually
$ Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
$28.90 per user per month billed annually
3.99-5.99 3.99 for owner and $0.99 for each extra active user per month billed yearly. 5.99 for owner and $1.99 for each additional user per month billed monthly.
8.99-10.99 $8.99 per active user per month billed yearly. 10.99 per user per month billed monthly.
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(Based on 29 reviews)
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(Based on 167 reviews)
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(Based on 13 reviews)
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(Based on 205 reviews)
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(Based on 12 reviews)
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(Based on 232 reviews)
(50 or fewer emp.)
(> 1000 emp.)
Public Relations and Communications
Information Technology and Services
Marketing and Advertising
Architecture & Planning
Non-Profit Organization Management
|Most Helpful Favorable Review|
The UI is clean and clear while allowing for individual preferences related to time entry.
I like that we can use this project management tool to not only manage our larger project, but also our smaller tasks for our retainer clients who just need ongoing support with smaller projects. Being able to export data in a clean manner and set deadlines...
|Most Helpful Critical Review|
Users are given dozens of options when producing a simple report, and the written explanations vary little, making it confusing as to what information will be pulled in a given report.
G2 Crowd User in Marketing and Advertising
I dislike the fact that there is very little customization. This is an assignment manager and does not necessarily work well for a company with a lot of clients. It begins to get long and overwhelming. Hard to keep up with.
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