Business for Marketers
For cross-functional teams and agencies
Customized platform for any team and use case
Quickly set up pre-built workspaces based on industry best practices and relevance to your team and use case. Streamline your creative and campaign processes with Wrike DAM integrations and Adobe Creative Cloud Extension. Enable designers to maintain their focus in one platform with the freedom to access campaign assets and event graphics in Wrike from their Adobe workspace. Skip downloading and re-uploading of files. Review work and provide feedback directly in assets with Wrike’s best-in-class markup and Document Editor tools Create a chain of approvals that’s typical for your project once and replicate it for all of your projects. Easily and securely collaborate with external users, like agencies and freelancers, for timely feedback and approvals. Get at-a-glance insights into event production progress and event budget with interactive widgets rooted in data. Confirm the right resources are available for your projects and campaigns. Track hours, distribute work, and quickly shift resources as needed across your teams. Standardize your marketing process and save time by kicking off projects in one click via dynamic request forms. Auto-deploy templatized projects containing pre-configured tasks, dependencies, assignment, workflow, and approvals. Kick off your campaigns, asset creation tasks, and other custom items with dynamic request forms. Streamline all work requests in one place and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders. View all your campaign deliverables in context. Set launch and event dates as milestones. See dependencies with lead times for writers, designers, and other marketers to never miss strict deadlines. Whitelabel Wrike to create consistency and align the look and feel of your workspace with your brand. Eliminate manual efforts, making repetitive work a thing of the past. Trigger notifications and deploy workflows automatically. Connect everyday tools like Google Drive, Slack, and marketing tools like Marketo, Adobe, HubSpot, Bynder, and Tableau in one workflow for instant access to your campaign assets. Offset your storage costs by keeping your production files in Wrike. Save the space in other applications for final files.
Enterprise for Marketers
For large teams and agencies
Enterprise-grade security for clients and special projects
Everything in Business plan plus:
See who made the adjustments, completed, or deleted the task in your workflow. Get on-demand reports to track the activity of regular users and Wrike account admins. Create, name, customize, and delete access roles to control what users (or user groups) can do within a shared folder, project, or space. Implement password policies to ensure passwords meet minimum strength requirements and are regularly changed. Marketers only need to sign in once through their corporate portal to access Wrike and other associated applications. SSO via corporate credentials is enabled by Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Google Apps, and Okta. Define and trigger automated marketing and creative workflows to eliminate manual efforts, making repetitive work a thing of the past. Add an extra layer of security that requires a time-sensitive verification code along with a username and password. Delegate Wrike account management specifics to your team-specific and company-wide administrators. Offset your storage costs by keeping your production files in Wrike. Save the space in other applications for final files.
Pinnacle for Marketers
For teams with advanced processes
Advanced performance insights, web proofing and resource management
Everything in Enterprise plan plus:
Connect Wrike to digital asset management software to publish or attach marketing and creative assets from your DAM directly to Wrike tasks. Get advanced proofing capabilities in native environments for easier web and asset reviews. Instantly uncover actionable, cross-channel campaign performance insights across 50+ popular digital tools. Get 360-degree, real-time visibility with secure and customizable reports, visual dashboards, and forecasting capabilities. Get powerful insights into planned versus actual billable hours for freelancers, agencies, and contractors. Assign specific marketer job roles to streamline planning and work allocation based on their functional area. Plan and monitor project, program, portfolio, event, and client budgets based on team member or job roles. Estimate project effort by team member or job role without creating a detailed work breakdown structure. Gauge how much effort each initiative will take to plan the workload of each team member accordingly. Define and trigger automated marketing and creative workflows to eliminate manual efforts, making repetitive work a thing of the past. Eliminate the risk of data leakage by creating highly restricted, secure spaces for confidential project, team, agency, and customer collaboration. Offset your storage costs by keeping your production files in Wrike. Save the space in other applications for final files.
Wrike has a variety of different options available to suit your team, including three types of user licenses – regular users, external users, and collaborators. For regular and external users, there is a charge per user. You’ll get 20 collaborator invites or 15% of your license count (whichever is greater) with no additional charge included with your subscription. If this is not enough, please speak with your Wrike representative to discuss other options.
Within these, there are full and guest licenses. A full license (regular users and external users) gives you access to every feature within your plan but external users are limited to certain access rights. However, a guest license (collaborators) only gives you some basic functions.
Your account will be blocked until you choose what you’d like to do with it. From here, you can either downgrade it to the free version or reach out to your Wrike representative. They will be able to discuss the next steps for choosing a plan and whether a trial extension is possible.
If you are a first-time user, enter your business email at the top of the page to get your 14-day free trial. You can give us a call to get set up or wait for one of our representatives to get in touch to find the right solution for your team.
If you've completed a trial, you can purchase the Business plan for up to 15 users with no add-ons in the Account section of your workspace. For a larger number of users, you'll need to contact your Wrike representative.
Wrike is sold in groups of users. For accounts of up to 30 seats, subscriptions are sold in groups of five. For accounts of 30 to 100 seats, subscriptions are sold in groups of 10. For accounts above 100 seats, subscriptions are sold in groups of 25. Wrike Business and above are only available as an annual subscription.
All our prices are listed in US dollars, but your bank will be able to convert this to your local currency upon purchase. You will also receive your invoice in US dollars. In regards to tax implications, all of our prices do not include applicable state/local taxes and you (the client) will be responsible for them. If you have any questions, please speak to your sales representative and we’ll be happy to help.
Your data will be automatically stored in our two data centers in San Jose, California. You may also request your data to be stored in our European data center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. To request this, just contact your Wrike representative or our support team.
Wrike is entirely cloud-based, meaning there is no need for site visits and our software can be used instantly by remote workers.
Wrike takes data privacy/security very seriously. We have the following independent third-party certifications:
- SOC2 Type II, which shows our commitment to taking a robust and secure approach to products, processes, and security surrounding our customer data.
- ISO 27001:2013, which confirms that Wrike has an end-to-end security framework and a risk-based approach to managing information security.
- ISO 27018:2019, which shows Wrike has controls in place to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in accordance with the privacy principles in ISO/IEC 29100 for the public cloud computing environment.
- CSA STAR, which demonstrates that Wrike has addressed issues critical to cloud security as outlined in the CSA Cloud Controls Matrix, and has been assessed against the STAR Capability Maturity Model for activities in cloud security control areas.
Wrike Professional refers to the entry-level subscription of Wrike’s work management software. It includes full project planning and collaboration features. To learn more about Wrike Professional, please scroll up to the ‘Wrike Professional’ tab to see a full comparison.
Wrike for Professional Services is a vertical solution of Wrike which is specialized for service delivery teams. It has been designed to optimize projects from planning to delivery. To learn more about Wrike for Professional Services, please scroll up to the plan comparison above and click on the ‘Services delivery teams’ tab.
Professional Services refers to the consultancy service that we offer (see the question below). Wrike offers a selection of Professional Services packages designed to successfully onboard your team. Our consultancy team will make sure you get the most from the Wrike solution that you have selected. To learn more about Wrike’s consultancy options, please see our Professional Services page.
Wrike is an intuitive collaboration solution. However, aligning your entire team on a consistent way of working, configuring Wrike, and ensuring long-term adoption can be tricky. Our Professional Services team specializes in understanding and onboarding teams of all sizes, no matter their challenges. We recommend all new teams work with a consultant during onboarding, and insist that teams of 20+ utilize a guided deployment.