We were curious to see which apps are most popular among our users and we dove into our own data for answers. Key findings: Wrike is the most wanted project management app in the US.
In an ideal system, automation doesn’t replace human thought but augments it by providing better information and by offloading repetitive tasks to software. The goal is to supplement the human mind to bring out the best quality of work from your most talented employees.
Project managers no longer have to wait for scheduled meetings to discuss a project’s progress with participants and stakeholders. Collaboration solutions combine project management with document management that appeals to today’s social media-geared workers. Software like Wrike gives team members a central location to communicate with each other and clients, pull reports, and upload documents for editing and approval.
If your teams juggle deadlines, resources, and deliverables, you need a dedicated project management service. PC Mag tests and compares the top services to help keep it all on track.
Wrike today announced it ranked 165 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. This is the 3rd consecutive year Wrike has been tapped for the list.
Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, today announced its latest set of enhancements that will automate the routine management and administrative aspects of digital work, helping businesses quickly scale their digital operations to meet surging customer demands for product and services. The new automation features simplify processes and help provide consistency for operationally intensive teams.
Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, today announced the Wrike Gmail Add-on, which will allow the more than 3.5 million paying G Suite businesses to leverage Wrike’s powerful collaborative work management directly from Gmail. It will enable users to create and manage Wrike tasks from their email, saving users’ time by reducing app switching and empowering workflow in the context of email conversations.
Wrike will host a special online event in which information workers will learn how organizations are building operational excellence in the increasingly complex digital age. As the nature of work changes due to a need for faster delivery, the explosion of data and SaaS systems, and an increasingly distributed workforce, more organizations are struggling to stay on top of their work.
Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, today announced its Slack integration, which will allow Slack’s six million daily users to manage Wrike projects directly from Slack’s chat-based interface. The integration brings greater work structure to conversations by making chats more actionable.