It's a great solution for smaller teams, but once you have 10 or more hands on this product I think it loses it's efficiency. There really isn't a great way to track and notify tasks effectively on a large scale. For a little more money I would recommend Jira or Basecamp, both scale really well and offer other add-on solutions that fix problems you'll face as the company grows.
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