Software Advice recently published results of the FrontRunners for Project Management report — a study that analyzes leading project management software providers based on the capability and value that small business customers derive from them. In the report, Wrike was identified as one of the seven providers in the "Leaders" quadrant. The website defines those in the Leaders category as "all-around strong products. They offer the highest value and capability in that market."

The FrontRunners methodology, which is powered by Gartner Methodology, calculates a score for project management software on two dimensions: Capability and Value. The providers are then mapped out in four quadrants: Leaders, Masters, Pacesetters, and Contenders. Check out their infographic for a look at where Wrike is positioned.

FrontRunners scores and graphics are derived from individual end-user reviews based on their own experiences, vendor-supplied information and publicly available product information; they do not represent the views of Gartner or its affiliates. Image source: Software Advice

It's always an honor and a pleasure for Wrike to receive this type of recognition. First off, it's a confirmation that all the hard work and long hours that go into developing the software are paying off. More importantly, knowing that customers find value in the software and are using its functionality to solve actual work problems tells us we're heading in the right direction.