Airtable is a cloud-based project management solution targeting small to medium-sized businesses as well as departments within larger companies. This software focuses primarily on data organization and collaboration.
This software uses a spreadsheet format to organize data. Related data can be linked together; for example, contacts can be linked to their companies or inventory items can be linked to their vendors.
Airtable is compatible with multiple devices. On desktop computers, users see data in a spreadsheet format, while on mobile devices, data can viewed as tappable cards. On both devices, users can add and remove data, attach files and share tables.
Airtable integrates services such as Dropbox, Box, Evernote and Google Drive. Tables in this software are shareable, and users can track who is making changes to documents when. A chat tool is also included, which allows users to chat each other while working on tables.
Airtable was founded in 2012 and is offered worldwide. This software is priced on a per user per month basis. A mobile app is available for iOS.
Noah from Helena Foundation
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Airtable was a useful piece of free cloud-based software for our start-up in our early days, and we used it as a very basic CRM. As our needs matured, especially regarding management of customers, it made a significant amount of sense for us to switch to Salesforce for it's robust, platform based system.
I loved how simple it was to set up, and that it was cloud based.
I would really have liked to be able to share record cards between different bases, and reference specific cards easily in different tables within the same base. So, for example, if I wanted to create a separate table to track meetings between different members of our team and our contacts, I would have liked a way to enter their contact cards into a record without needing to go to the trouble of creating a field in each table.
It's like google sheets on steroids, absolutely give it a shot.