Mavenlink Pricing: Features, Costs and Top Project Management Solution Alternatives

Disclaimer: When this post was originally published, Mavenlink offered pricing information for its Teams and Professional plans. As of January 2021, this information is no longer available, so please contact the vendor for a custom quote.

Mavenlink is a cloud-based project management solution that helps businesses manage all aspects of their projects, such as budget and performance. One of its main benefits is that users won’t have to worry about sticking to rigid deadlines, as the software accommodates deadline changes. 

We’ve reviewed Mavenlink and compared it to other project management solutions in terms of features and other attributes. This post will focus on its pricing, as well as the pricing of its alternatives. 

How Much is Mavenlink?

Mavenlink has four pricing tiers. They are: 

Teams – The Teams tier is intended for small teams (up to five users) and includes collaboration and task management features. It costs $19 a month, paid annually. Features in the Teams plan are: 

  • 10 GB storage 
  • Personalized dashboard for each user 
  • Dedicated online workspace for each project
  • Social network-style activity news feed 
  • File sharing via Google Drive integration 
  • Public and private messages 
  • Ability to grant access permissions to specific users 
  • Task management, including task assignment and scheduling 
  • Gantt charts, task dependencies and critical path analysis 
  • Project plan templates 
  • Mobile app 
  • Customer support, such as 24/7 live support, a knowledge base and a training video library 
  • Custom branding (such as company logo and colors) and custom subdomain (unique Mavenlink URL) 

Professional – The Professional plan costs $39 per user per month (paid annually). It includes all features of the Teams plan, plus: 

  • 50 GB storage 
  • Change request management 
  • Project accounting features, such as time and expense tracking, budgeted projects and tasks, time cards and expense reports, and invoicing and online payments 

Premier – The Premier plan includes additional financial and resource planning features. Mavenlink doesn’t provide pricing for this plan, so you’ll have to contact the vendor directly for a quote. The Premier plan includes the following features: 

  • 100 GB storage 
  • Portfolio management 
  • Project baseline and variance analysis 
  • Project and job costs calculations 
  • Resource planning features, such as hard and soft resource allocations, resource scheduling, resource shaping and real-time availability forecasting 
  • Real-time business analytics 
  • Ability to create custom integrations 
  • Ability to create custom fields 

Enterprise – The Enterprise plan includes advanced features, such as full business intelligence functionality. Mavenlink doesn’t provide pricing for this plan, so you’ll have to reach out directly for a quote. Other features included in this plan are: 

  • 1 TB storage 
  • Business intelligence features, such as data visualizations, custom reporting, and trend analysis and forecasting 
  • Service level agreement (SLA) 
  • Single sign-on functionality 

Mavenlink offers Premier and Enterprise plan participants optional services, such as the ability to upload proofs on any project, advanced integrations and implementation. 

Top Alternatives to Mavenlink 

Mavenlink is designed for all company sizes, from small businesses handling minor tasks to large companies with complex projects. If you’re considering a range of solutions and want to compare pricing, we’ve come up with three alternative vendors with lower-priced plans. 

AsanaAsana offers a free plan for teams with up to 15 users. It has basic dashboards and basic search functionality, as well as unlimited tasks, projects and conversations.  There are also three paid plans: Premium, Business and Enterprise. The Premium plan is $10.99 per user, per month (billed annually) and includes several features, such as an unlimited number of dashboards, advanced search and reporting, task dependencies and priority support.

The Business plan costs $24.99 per user, per month (billed annually) and has all of the features of the Premium plan, plus portfolios, custom rules builder, approvals and integration with Salesforce, Tableau and Power BI.

The Enterprise plan is intended for larger teams and includes additional features, such as customized onboarding plans, advanced security features and custom branding. Pricing isn’t publicly available, so you’ll have to contact Asana for a quote.  

WrikeWrike has five pricing plans. First, there’s a free plan for up to five users that includes Wrike’s core features, such as a board and spreadsheet views, real-time Activity Stream, file sharing, tasks discussion, mobile apps and cloud storage integration. Second, there’s the paid Professional version for five to 200 users. It costs $9.80 per user, per month and includes additional features, such as 5 GB of storage space, subtask management, shareable dashboards and Gantt charts, to name a few.  

Next, there’s the Business plan that’s also for five to 200 users. At $24.80 per user per month, it includes advanced features like custom fields and workflows, time tracking, report templates, Salesforce integration, user groups and permissions, and 50 GB of storage space.  

There’s also the Wrike for Marketers plan, designed for marketing and creative agencies. It includes all the features of the Business version, as well as Wrike Proof (track proofing and approval processes), Wrike Extension for Adobe Creative Cloud, Wrike Publish (digital asset management), and tailored templates and workspaces.

Finally, there’s the Enterprise plan. It’s intended for businesses that have an unlimited number of users or custom requirements. It includes even more advanced features, such as 100 GB of storage, two-factor authentication, real-time reporting, single sign-on and folder permissions. Pricing isn’t available for either the Wrike for Marketers or Enterprise version, so you’ll have to contact Wrike directly for a price quote.  

Project InsightProject Insight has a free plan for small teams that includes basic features such as task management, collaboration and portfolio management. There are two paid plans: PI#enterprise is $35 per user, per month and PI#platform requires a custom quote. The PI#enterprise plan includes issue tracking, personalized dashboards and resource allocation and it also supports agile and waterfall methodologies. The PI#platform plan adds on CPQ and PSA workflows, custom integration and a dedicated success manager.


Because it offers specific features that many other solutions don’t (such as project accounting and business intelligence), Mavenlink can be more expensive. Plus, it doesn’t offer a free plan. However, Mavenlink does have a 10-day free trial that can be extended upon request. 

These four vendors are just a handful of project management solutions to consider. If you’re looking at other solutions, check out our detailed reviews page where we’ve reviewed over 25 vendors.   

If you need more information on project management solutions in general, our definitive guide can help. This guide discusses benefits, features and what to look for when purchasing a solution.