We are evaluating Podio right now and we have about 60 projects across 30 clients and our internal things. We archive projects when the are done. Most of the projects right now are ongoing retainers.
So I am trying to evaluate how Podio handles a lot of workspaces. It looks like Podio is build for smaller groups or at least organizations that need 10'ish workspaces and never really archive anything --- more around continuously active processes rather than projects that have defined start and end dates.
We're likely going to have to create a workspace for each client.
I wanted to get everyone's feedback about how well you think Podio would scale in this type of environment. It seems obvious when you are a company with a few departments and some processed, but the scale issue is concerning us a bit. The response I got from Podio was to tell us it was our choice on how many workspaces to create. Yes, we know that. But our question was how well it handles it in practice.
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