Basecamp vs G Suite

Basecamp tackles project management with a focus on communication and collaboration. Making to-do lists and adding to-do items literally just takes seconds. Basecamp is optimized to make the things you do most often really fast and really easy. Basecamp mobile is especially made for popular mobile devices like iPhone and Android. Basecamp free alternatives are Trello and Asana. If you are looking for open-source self-hosted Basecamp alternatives pay attention to RedMine or ProjectPier.
G Suite
Get business email, video conferencing, and cloud storage from Google. All you need to do your best work, together in one package that works seamlessly from your computer, phone or tablet. If you are looking for self-hosted G Suite alternatives pay attention to Microsoft Office and ONLYOFFICE.
Comparing Basecamp vs G Suite is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Let's start with videos. We think that Basecamp has better video than G Suite

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like Basecamp has more user-friendly interface than G Suite because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots

To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that Basecamp is more popular than G Suite

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- G Suite added Security Center (in 2018)
- G Suite now allows to manage access to third-party apps (in 2017)
- G Suite gets smart cloud search (in 2017)
- G Suite adds more security tools for admins (in 2017)
- Kanbanchi - missing project management tool for G Suite (in 2016)
- Google launched App Maker for G Suite (in 2016)
- G Suite adds Slack integration (in 2016)
- Google Apps rebranded as G Suite (in 2016)
- Google for Work: why Google makes big rebranding of its business products? (in 2014)
- Basecamp app is available for iPad (in 2014)

Looks like G Suite was recently more active than Basecamp (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which Basecamp and G Suite meet head to head:

2010 - 37signals Suite - the new rival for Google Apps

37signals Suite
37Signals decided to market a combined package of its key SaaS services for business - 37signals Suite, similar to how Google sells its services as Google Apps. 37signals Suite includes Basecamp (project management system), Highrise (CRM system), Campfire (group chat, which can be used as communication tool in this bundle) and Backpack (group organizer+wiki, which can be considered as an intranet portal in this bundle). The integration between applications in the package doesn't rock for now, but at least the user base will be unified. 37signals Suite is prices so that in most cases it's cheaper to buy the whole suite than two separate services. Price starts at $99 per month - for 35Gb of memory, 35 projects in Basecamp, 20000 contacts in Highrise, 5000 pages in Backpack, 50 simultaneous chats in Campfire. Though it seems much more expensive than the cost of Google Apps (50$/year), but you shouldn't forget that Google charges this fee for each user, and in 37Signals Suite the number of users is unlimited.