Cobot is one of many rising stars in the coworking management software space. Like others, Cobot is designed to organize various coworking space management tasks like billing, booking, and onboarding new members. It’s optimized for mobile platforms and is web-based, allowing users to access it no matter where they are.

Cobot is excellent for small coworking facilities since it offers a reasonable monthly flat fee based on the number of Cobot members. Furthermore, Cobot doesn’t take day-pass users and visitors into account in the active user count, saving small businesses more money.

Nevertheless, in comparison to alternatives, Cobot has fewer features and doesn’t offer full-time support. These limitations can be a problem if the coworking space is operating over international lines. So if you’re interested in more advanced business analytics tools or more integration options, here are some Cobot alternatives that you could consider.

Drop-Desk

Drop-Desk offers an integrated coworking management solution to managing and working in a coworking space. It comes with plenty of tools to manage the workspace and workers, including a social media tool and space management tool.

It also features plenty of analytics to see how users are using their spaces and who is working when. It’s an excellent option for enterprises that are looking to expand locations without actually having to rent a space. Instead, Drop-Desk offers reasonable month-to-month subscription rates that allow businesses to save money and increase productivity.

WUN/Yardi Kube

Yardi Kube, formerly known as WUN, is a coworking management platform focused on ease of use, customization and community building. It has all the features you’d expect from an all-in-one solution, including space and desk bookings, tenant billing, and a robust CRM system for lead acquisition and client management.  Reporting is handled based on real-time KPIs, allowing coworkers to effectively and efficiently manage their workspace. Meanwhile, the Member Portal integrates communication and collaboration tools into the platform itself.

Yardi Kube offers flexible monthly payment plans as well as a free demo to help you get a feel for the software before committing.

The main benefit of Yardi Kube is that it aims to be an all-in-one platform, from both the hardware and software side. The platform quickly configures Wi-Fi and voice services with no need for specialized technical know-how.

The software itself is feature-packed, and support is available 24/7 to help out with any issues.

Coworkify

Coworkify takes the minimalist approach to coworking management software. It has many of the features you’d expect from it, including booking and member management, invoicing and billing without any of the extra frills. If you do find a missing element that you want, Coworkify offers a high level of customization, so you can easily add any additional features.

The main draw of Coworkify is that it’s affordable with flexible payment plans. You can pay via credit card, cheque or cash, or even a mix of the three, allowing all members to make their payments as they see fit. The pricing of the package is also really reasonable and is cheaper than other alternatives. There is also a 30-day trial that will give you an idea of whether or not this is the system for you.

Optix

Optix offers a whole host of features to connect colleagues amongst different workspaces. It features include automated physical access control, integration of multiple locations, real-time bookings, and multiple analytics options. Optix is capable of handling most of its features from a mobile-friendly dashboard, allowing workers to collaborate wherever they are. It also offers the highest number of integration options, with over 1000 applications and tools supported.

The main drawback of Optix is the price. It starts at $199/month for one location and additional locations are charged at $99/month, so you have to be sure you’ll be using all of the features before committing to the expense.

Nexudus

Nexudus has been around since 2010 and is used by 1500 coworking spaces internationally. Nexudus has many more features than Cobot that can be specialized and adapted to the needs of various spaces. It has integration options with almost 100 payment providers as well as apps for managing the software features on multiple devices.

Nexudus works on a subscription-based payment model, where there is a sliding scale based on the number of active members as well as service fees for guests or drop-ins. It works , and the subscription can be canceled at any time.

Despite being feature-rich, the platform itself is intuitive and pleasant to use, and various analytics are easier to track. If you’re looking for an affordable, yet feature-rich alternative to Cobot, this may be an option for you.