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Free Team Management Tool For JCG Readers (Giveaway)

Being a Java Code Geeks reader comes with its perks and one of them is getting a free Bitrix24 account with 10 GB worth of online storage. In case you are not familiar, Bitrix24 is a collaboration platform created specifically for small teams that comes with 35+ tools and is 100% free for teams of up to 12 users.

Here’s what you get with Bitrix24:

  • Team Communication/Collaboration – private social network, intranet, instant messaging, videoconferencing, screen sharing and group chat.
  • Planning – tasks, project management, employee workload planning, Gantt chart and shared calendars.
  • Document Management – online storage, file sharing, online editing and Bitrix24.Drive that works as free Dropbox alternative.
  • Workflow Automation – document approval, lead assignment, automatic task creation.
  • Employee Management – HR tools, absence calendar, org chart, etc.
  • Sales – CRM, lead management, client management and e-mail marketing.
  • Mobile – iOS and Android apps.

Here’s how to claim your free 10GB Bitrix24 account:

Go to and enter your e-mail. When you confirm your e-mail address, you’ll be forwarded to a registration form. You’ll see «I Have Promocode» button in the lower right corner. Enter JCG there and after refreshing your browser, you’ll see your available storage space expand to 10 GB.

How about free $1200/yr Standard or $2400/yr Professional plan, would you like one?

Simply mention this giveaway in Twitter, Facebook or other social media account, and leave the URL along with your Bitrix24 ID (subdomain) in the comments for this post and two winners will be randomly drawn by the trusted JCG staff.

This giveaway ends in one week, so don’t procrastinate.

When you promote the giveaway in your social media accounts, feel free to link to our social media profiles rather than

Byron Kiourtzoglou

Byron is a master software engineer working in the IT and Telecom domains. He is an applications developer in a wide variety of applications/services. He is currently acting as the team leader and technical architect for a proprietary service creation and integration platform for both the IT and Telecom industries in addition to a in-house big data real-time analytics solution. He is always fascinated by SOA, middleware services and mobile development. Byron is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.
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Edward Chan
Edward Chan
10 years ago

Maybe already late, never mind give it a try!

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