Sometimes, using the wrong tools can be costly. Even with a project management tool in hand, if you don't have the right visibility and management set up, a project could fail outright. That's what the team at Procurify was struggling with before they started using Wrike. For a fast-growing startup like Procurify, investing in technology early on was a key to their success. Tools like Jira and Asana had some of the features they needed, but neither provided the full visibility they needed, and as a result deadlines were missed.
Since switching to Wrike, the increased visibility into where their teams and projects stand has helped them save 20% of the time they used to waste managing sprints and roadmaps, and 50% of the time previously spent on documentation. We sat down with the Procurify team recently and asked them to elaborate on their Wrike success:
Read the Procurify Case Study
To read more about how Procurify uses Wrike to track all sprints, check out the full Procurify customer success story. You'll read:
- What problems drove them to search for a collaboration tool
- Why they switched from Jira to Wrike
- Their favorite Wrike features and how these are used
Have you experienced the same problems as Procurify? How did you solve them with Wrike? Let us know in the comments!