Monday, August 04, 2008


"What is Wrike? Wrike is an integrated online project management solution that helps you manage projects, teams and businesses. By turning email overload into well-organized plans on the Web, Wrike makes your organization more efficient, transparent and agile. Wrike is collaborative, web-based, easy to use and inexpensive, so you can roll it out company-wide."

Me is not seeing anything about work flow controls and Reports on Budgets, REsource Loading and all that fun stuff that is really needed for PM works

1 comment:

Daria said...

That’s true. Wrike doesn’t have budgeting features yet, they are currently in the works. However, Wrike offers a very flexible reporting feature that lets you get automated reports on the fly. Then, you have probably missed Wrike’s Dynamic TimelineTM , when you were having a look at our site. Our timeline is a simplified interactive Gantt chart, where you can reschedule your plans by simply dragging and dropping task bars.
In fact, Wrike is a simplified project and team management tool that resembles a wiki in a sense. But first of all it is a collaboration application. It unites your whole team in a single collaborative workspace. All of your team members can easily access your project plans on the web and make changes, if necessary. So your plans are always up-to-date. Then, Wrike becomes indispensable for distributed teams and in teams running multiple projects. It’s a really useful tool in a situation, when you need to need to integrate two or more project plans. For example, let’s say you have a development plan and marketing plan, and you want your developers to see their plan, and you want your marketers to see their plan. At the same time, you need to see a complete picture so all of your activities are coordinated. Here’s where Wrike really shines.
By the way, we have just released Wrike’s Enterprise version that includes task dependencies and integrates with MS Project. You are more than welcome to see it in action.