The change request template in Wrike helps you assess alterations and manage the change implementation process from request to completion.
Wrike’s change request template includes powerful features. You can:
Wrike’s change request template is simple and easy to use. The template has three simple steps to get you started:
Step 1: Automate change requests
Once you determine the types of change requests you typically receive, automate your intake using Wrike’s simple automated forms that sort requests into folders.
With Wrike’s custom fields, you can prioritize requests by change impact, type, and urgency, clarifying which changes need your attention and when.
Step 2: Monitor change progress
Using the custom workflow in Wrike’s change request template, monitor the progress of each change request as it goes from Active to Completed or Deferred.
Managers will be able to see the status of each change request and work with team members to eliminate roadblocks as necessary.
Step 3: Address emergency changes
Wrike’s change request template also includes a special setting for emergency changes that require immediate attention.
Use the emergency change custom fields to ensure critical updates aren’t lost in a stream of change requests.
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