Microsoft provides customers a platform to create and publish a wide spectrum of content — from spreadsheets to documents and everything in between. Wrike provides users a system for organizing work — from individual tasks to discussions and deadlines. Together, Microsoft and Wrike enhance your creativity and productivity, providing a collaborative experience that is seamless.
In the first phase, Wrike users now have the ability to upload their documents and presentations into Wrike using the Add-in for Office 365 right from within Word and PowerPoint. You no longer need to switch windows/tabs and search for your files. Simply add your files to Wrike right from the favorite Office apps you use everyday.
In addition to Wrike’s Add-in for Office 365, the second phase of the integration supports any files stored in OneDrive for Business. The Microsoft integration will allow you to easily attach your business files directly to Wrike tasks and gives you access to the most up-to-date version from one central location.
Check out this feature in Wrike Labs!
The final phase enables Enterprise users to integrate their Microsoft Azure Active Directory or Office 365 account to log into Wrike and interact with tasks directly via Single Sign-On. Azure Active Directory is the world’s largest access and identity management solution. Wrike’s integration with Azure AD allows IT administrators to easily perform access and identity management tasks to secure company data and documents stored within Wrike.
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