Wrike Launches New Cross-Company Collaboration on Its Scalable Project Management Platform
Wrike’s new cross-account collaboration capabilities let different companies work together on projects in one system, enjoying both scalability and privacy.
With selective sharing in Wrike, it was always a breeze to invite clients, contractors, partners and freelancers to collaborate on shared projects. As more and more companies choose Wrike for project management and collaboration, it often happens that many of their external collaborators want to manage their own projects in Wrike, too. Wrike’s customer base keeps growing at an impressive pace. As of Q1 2013, the number of paid customers increased two-fold, compared to the same period of 2012. To make cross-account collaboration more convenient, flexible and secure for all parties, Wrike addressed this need with the new release.
When Wrike was conceived, we had a vision that in a matter of time, Wrike would be a platform not only for collaboration of teams inside a company, but also with partners, contractors, clients, everyone you work with. I’m excited to see that this prediction is coming true now,” said Andrew Filev, Wrike’s founder and CEO. “Today, thousands of teams are connected with Wrike’s work graph. Whether they want to engage clients in the projects, need to plug in freelancers or need help from an external consultancy on some assignments, it’s easy with Wrike’s powerful blend of flexibility, ease of use and privacy.”
Wrike is the leading on-demand, online project management and collaboration software. It provides teams with a unique platform for collaborating on multiple projects in one workspace in real time. Wrike’s collaboration features give a significant productivity gain to thousands of companies all over the globe, including Adobe, EMC and Ecco. Wrike, Inc. is a privately held corporation located in California.
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I think it's obvious from Wrike's design that the system engineers all have project management experience. It's seems like they took our feature wish list and built a service around it."
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