If you are a developer you might wonder whether Wrike is extensible via some type of API. As of now we do not expose SOAP or REST services, but we do have extensibility through e-mail. The example of how you can use it might be useful not only for developers, but for managers as well.
Let’s say your web-site allows a user to fill a form and provide some feedback. This feedback is then e-mailed by the website to the representatives of your company. You can easily let these people automatically get the feedback logged into Wrike as a task. Simply extend your code (with one or two lines) and add [email protected] to the CC recipients of such messages.
The representatives who get the e-mail can re-assign it to somebody, track its progress and harness the full power of Wrike.