Introducing the Unlimited Plan

| January 10th, 2014 |

 Introducing the Unlimited Plan

Our  new top tier plan includes unlimited people, projects, tasks, and documents. An ideal solution for agencies who don’t want to worry about limitations.

Our customers give us a lot of great feedback and ideas. One of the most common requests we get is to add more document storage.  So a few months ago we began tossing around ideas on how to provide more storage space.

To keep the pricing simple and straightforward, we created the Unlimited plan.  For only $249 per month, customers who need more storage can use this plan to upload as many files as they want. And enjoy the benefits of unlimited clients, people, projects, tasks and time tracking.

To give the Unlimited Plan a try, sign up for a free and fully functional 30 day trial.

Visit our plans page for more information about our other monthly plan options.

Existing customers may upgrade to the Unlimited plan by logging in to your account and going to Options -> Plan Info. Then click on the Upgrade button next to the Unlimited plan. You won’t be charged until your next billing cycle.

 Photo credit: Will Powell


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