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Published by Andrew Filev | Tuesday, 01 October, 2013Customers, Partners and Friends,
I’m happy to announce that Bain Capital Ventures, one of the world’s best venture capital firms, has just invested $10M in Wrike. It’s a positive milestone, and I wanted to share why we’ve done it, and what it will allow us to accomplish.
Published by Andrew Filev | Tuesday, 27 August, 2013In the past couple of weeks, we were teasing you with sneak previews of the new features we had in store. But there’s a big thing that we have kept secret up until now. These were not all separate feature releases that we were putting our efforts into, but part of Wrike’s new user interface. The trumpets ring, the curtain falls… and here comes the much anticipated moment when we’re proud to introduce Wrike Graphite!
Published by Andrew Filev | Friday, 18 January, 2013Over 30 new features, 4 new languages, doubling the customer base, talented new team members – this is just a brief snapshot of the great things that happened at Wrike in 2012. As we’re gaining momentum on the next big part of our roadmap, I’d like to glance back at the events and achievements we had in the past year and share some highlights with you. Read more...
Published by Dasha | Thursday, 17 November, 2011Most of us have a page on Facebook, which currently counts over 600 million users all over the globe. You might’ve heard that the secret sauce helping it scale so well is the “social graph” concept. But imagine if people got connected not as individuals, but as workers with their units of work. And, just as everyone shares their personal photos, interests and news on Facebook, people collaborating among each other would share the work-related data within a “work graph.” What happens if the graph model is taken into business world, and what exactly is the work graph? Find out in a guest article by our CEO, Andrew Filev, on SandHill.com: “The Facebook Effect: Three Ways the Social Graph Is Transforming Business Collaboration.”
In the article, Andrew highlights the lessons that the business collaboration space can learn from Facebook and discusses why the “work graph,” our own unique concept, has the potential to turn us all into project management and collaboration rock stars. We built Wrike with this vision - to connect work for thousands of people - and now we came up with this special name for our model. You can get a feel of it right now by using Wrike!
Published by Valerie | Wednesday, 31 August, 2011We love to hear your feedback in the blog, via e-mail and over the phone. You submit a dozen awesome ideas every day, and we release the ones that you ask for most often. For example, advanced filtering options, mass task-editing and universal search were included in our latest release, following your requests. To give you more transparency into what features we are working on and why in the future, we are launching a Feature Voting tool and welcome you to vote for features you cannot live without!
How does Feature Voting work?
Go to vote.wrike.com or access voting right from your Wrike workspace:
If you have something you'd really like to see in Wrike, voice your thoughts and suggest a new feature! And if you see that a feature you want is already in the list, vote for it!
You have 5 votes to speed up release of the features you can't wait for, as the top vote-getters will be our primary work focus. Visit Wrike's Feature Voting to see what's already in the works and what will soon be.
Thanks for helping us make Wrike the world's most practical project management software, and keep the feedback coming!
Published by Valerie | Friday, 10 June, 2011On June 6, the world's leading IT research and advisory company, Gartner, Inc., published its research note "PPM Market UNIVERSE: Techniques and Tools for Project Collaboration" by Matt Light. Reviewing the most efficient methods and applications for online collaboration, Gartner included Wrike in its research as a project collaboration workspace application. Well done, Wrike!
A lot of our customers deal with remote collaboration, and their experience shows that, even if peers are separated by miles and time zones, with Wrike project management software they can smoothly collaborate and get things done together just as efficiently as if they were sitting in the same office. We have designed Wrike so that it connects people and their work from all corners of the world into one friendly and easy-to-navigate work hub. "The way the data automatically flows into Wrike's workspace keeps us all organized because we always know where to find the info that we need, and I don't need to spend time and effort on communicating the plan updates to the team members," comments Maciej Janiec, CEO at inlevel, who successfully manages a virtual team of more than 20 people with Wrike's help.
It's impossible to underestimate the importance and scope of remote collaboration. We hope that day-by-day, more teams will be able to elegantly handle the challenges of virtual collaboration with the help of Wrike's social project management features, just like inlevel does.
Is virtual collaboration a common thing for your company? Do you have your own special tips for handling the challenges of working in distributed teams? We'd be happy to hear about your experience.
Published by Valerie | Monday, 12 October, 2009If you were you waiting for the release of Wrike’s interface in Spanish, you will be pleased with the latest updates. Since today, it becomes more convenient for you, as well as your Spanish-speaking team members, clients and partners to collaborate on projects with the help of Wrike.
To make your experience as pleasant as possible, we made our best to carefully translate Wrike’s workspace, notifications, alerts and help pages. We believe that the possibility to work in the Spanish interface will make your work with Wrike even more enjoyable. Also, it will let you invite more Spanish speaking peers to collaborate with you on Wrike.
“It is very exciting to launch the first localized version of Wrike,” said Nic Bryson, VP of Customer Relations. “With plans for more languages in the future, such as German, French, Portuguese, and Italian, we started with Spanish, the one most called-for by our users. We value our Spanish-speaking customers who have been using Wrike in English to date. We believe that they, as well new Spanish-speaking users, will be pleased with the convenience of using Wrike in their native language.”
How can I see Wrike in Spanish? Visit www.wrike.es or, have Spanish as a high priority language in your Web browser:
If you are happy with the release as we are, a tweet or a short blog post about it will become a great “thank you” for our efforts to deliver the Spanish version to you:) Thank you for continuous support and using Wrike’s English version!
Want to see Wrike in your language? Let us know in the comments to this post. Your vote counts!
Published by Valerie | Wednesday, 27 May, 2009Wrike is a project management software provided as a service. Every day we work hard to make our service even better and more valuable for you.
On top of small enhancements every week or two, today, we are glad to introduce a significant system upgrade that will bring a great productivity gain to you.
Today, we present several new productivity features that are added to your existing user subscription for free, as well as extra features that can be additionally purchased with the new pricing.
Among the new free productivity features added to your subscription are 1) project and task discussions and 2) estimation of tasks in hours.
Finally, we’ve enhanced our user management engine and pricing model and made it more tempting for you to invite more co-workers, clients and contractors to collaborate with you on Wrike.
Click on the links above to find out more details about the new features and the pricing.
Published by Daria | Wednesday, 29 April, 2009[05.27.2009 Update: the features were released]
You, our customers know that Wrike is a living project. We keep improving the solution and adding new, important features that bring even more benefits to our customers. We want our users to save more time and money. That’s why you can expect more productivity, collaboration and cost-effective solutions from Wrike this May.
We’re thrilled to announce the new, big release that will turn Wrike into the greatest ever productivity and project management tool. What will this new release include? Several exiting enhancements:
• Windows Mobile Sync: First of all, we’ll make it easy for you to manage tasks with your Pocket PC or smart phone. The new release will feature a Windows Mobile plug-in that will synchronize your tasks in Wrike with the built-in tasks application on your device. As previously, you’ll be able to create tasks in Wrike from e-mails sent from any mobile device, whether it is iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile or G1.
• Outlook Plug-in: Do you use tasks in Outlook to organize your life? Wrike’s new Outlook plug-in will make your task management more effective, as all your tasks will be kept in one place (be it Wrike or Outlook). With its help, you’ll be able to instantly sync your tasks in Wrike and in Outlook.
• Task Discussions: This feature was asked for many of our users, and we worked hard to create a neat solution for discussions. With the new release, Wrike users will be able to add comments to tasks and projects not only online but also via e-mail. Wrike will intelligently identify the task by the e-mail subject and elegantly extract the user’s comment and the task description.
• Upgraded pricing structure: We’ll not unveil all the details on the new pricing model yet. We’ll only say that soon our customers will be able to mix various user types within one account, choose what features they want to use and create a cost-effective solution for their project management needs.
Can’t wait to try the new features? You’ll have to hold on for just a couple of weeks!
Published by Andrew Filev | Tuesday, 23 December, 2008Dear Wrike customers and supporters,
I just wanted to thank you for your business and for choosing Wrike. The past year brought us a lot of exciting events that couldn't have happened without you. You, our valued users, continuously inspired us to advance the service and deliver new features that help you manage your business.
We highly appreciate your feedback on each of the 30 feature releases the past year. The best recognition of our efforts is the growth of our customers' community. Thousands of users now benefit from Wrike's time- and and money-saving features, such as e-mail integration, dynamic timeline, revision history and time-tracking.
Our ability to meet your business needs was recognized by Red Herring (Global 100 contest) and eWEEK (Excellence Award).
I strongly believe that the best project management practices and Wrike in your hands will help you effectively manage and drive your businesses in the challenging economic situation next year. We have grand development plans for the coming year and will make our best effort to continue meeting your needs and expectations.
As the holidays approach, I sincerely wish you joy and happiness for the Holidays and the New Year.