At its core, Wrike is an easy-to-use tool for streamlining the internal project management and collaboration processes between team members, whether they’re in the same office or separated by an ocean. However, even though Wrike began as a project management tool, today it is so multifaceted and flexible that our customers have started using Wrike to solve problems in other areas of work.

We want to share some of these unique reasons to use Wrike, in case these stories hit a nerve for your team. You might just discover a better way to solve a problem your team is facing.

Take a moment to browse The Wrike Playbook, and see how Wrike can help your business improve the way you work:

The Wrike Playbook — 11 Ways to Get Things Done with Wrike

Here are 11 great reasons we’ve seen customers use Wrike. Sometimes Wrikers even choose to implement several (or all) of these workflows into their account to accommodate multiple teams:

  1. Project Management: Manage projects large or small
  2. Team Collaboration: Have discussions right next to the related task
  3. Content Publishing: Build a complete publication workflow for blogs, multimedia, etc.
  4. Product Development: Map out a product lifecycle
  5. Event Management: Plan and coordinate all the moving parts at an event
  6. Onboarding/Training: Get a new hire up and running
  7. Simple To-Do List: List your quick-and-easy tasks and chores
  8. Productivity Aid: Capture all your thoughts and ideas in one place
  9. Objectives & Key Results: Track your and your organization's goals
  10. Reference Folder: Bookmark and share all your favorite sites
  11. Intranet/Informal Watercooler: Chat about the weather or latest cat videos

Tweak Wrike To Your Needs

If this post has inspired you to customize Wrike to more completely suit your needs, check out more unique Wrike use cases.