What is Wrike?
Wrike is an online collaboration and project management software bringing together centralized task management and social collaboration features into one real-time workspace. It connects tasks, discussions, and emails to your actual project plan. You get an up-to-date picture of the project and can keep your team aligned with your strategy without boring status meetings. Challenges Wrike helps solve:
- Data silos: Tasks, discussions and documents scattered across email, Skype, personal computers and spreadsheets
- Poor visibility into work status
- Missed deadlines and project failures
- Accelerating project delivery by using a platform your team will actually use and love
- Keeping all team members on the same page even across borders without lengthy status meetings, long email threads and spreadsheet updates
- Big picture of project progress with real-time updates and cross-project reports and newsfeed
- Real-time team collaboration with discussions, files attached to tasks, and a built-in document editor
- Wrike is a system your team will use. It helps them do their work, not just track it.
- Wrike can be easily customized to your needs as each team can set up their own workflow.
- Wrike scales as you grow, providing visibility and ease of use for teams of any size.
Wrike Buyer's Guide
Download the Wrike Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: January 2021
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What users are saying about Wrike pricing:
- "Wrike is not so expensive, but I don't know exactly how it compares with other tools. Wrike might not be so cheap when we are using it for a lot of users."