Just about everyone working on large-scale projects has come in contact with Trello at one point or another. Since its rise to popularity in 2014, Trello has become ubiquitous in many industries, especially among tech-centric industries. Despite its popularity, Trello is hardly the only competitive option for companies looking to organize their teams and their projects into well-oiled operations. Alternatives, however, may seem difficult to find with the sheer amount of publicity Trello has received. In this guide, we’ll explore three viable alternatives to Trello, each of which brings something different to the table for companies looking to migrate from or avoid Trello in the first place. We’ll also explore some of the reasons that Trello, an otherwise fantastic service, might not be for every company.