Wrike is a SaaS team collaboration and project management tool that boasts of a multi-pane UI, and also aids in team collaboration and project management. They stand out with their wide range of project management features, including team communication, tracking employee availability, and viewing at-risk projects.
With fully customizable team sprint dashboards, team members can view new, in-progress, and completed projects in one place. Teams can also schedule and share custom interactive reports to make faster decisions. Wrike is available in multiple languages and is compatible with both iOS and Android.
- Visualization tracking
- Easy prioritization
- Easy-to-use drag-and-drop editor
- Offers Dynamic Request Forms (DRF) to simplify project planning
- Intuitive and user-friendly interface
- Integrations with a wide range of tools, including CRM apps, email marketing tools, and so forth
- Advanced analytics and data insights from integration with Tableau
With a very logical layout, Wrike’s interface is easy to use and familiar for anyone who has used other project management software before.
The tool provides easy access to some of the most commonly used features (such as spaces, shared items, recycling bin, and more) from the left-hand side menu.
Moreover, you can use projects and folders to organize your work the way that makes the most sense for you.
Wrike provides five plans that are great for marketers, enterprise companies, and small businesses.
- First is the ‘Professional’ plan that provides access to up to 15 users, and costs $9.80 per user per month.
- The ‘Business’ plan provides access to a range of 5 to 200 students. It costs $24.80 per user per month. It also offers volume discounts.
- The ‘Marketers,’ ‘Professional Services,’ and the ‘Enterprise’ plans offer access to unlimited users and can be customized according to your requirements.
All the plans offer a free trial period for up to 5 users.
What I Like/Dislike About Wrike:
- Offers a single platform for all your business needs (no need to use multiple applications)
- Comes with numerous in-built tools to aid and abet your project
- Use of automation
- Has reliable security protocols in place
- 24/7 support via phone, email, and live chat
- Having a central “project updates” task would be a great way for centralized overall project-related communication.
Project management and large teams are usually not a good mix. Too many cooks in the kitchen can easily lead to disaster. This is why Wrike is a great project management tool. Its Kanban-style boards allow for easy visualization of the project’s progress and keep everyone on the same page. In addition, the commenting system ensures that everyone has input into the project and can easily track changes.