Today I’m talking about Wrike, a wonderful piece of software for project management. Wrike is a cloud-based tool available via your web browser, mobile apps for Android or iOS, and also has a Google Chrome extension. The app comes as a well-recommended project management tool, and it’s not hard to see why.
Wrike is fast and friendly, and the project management features keep you up-to-date with all aspects of your project to get it successfully off the ground and keep everyone on the same page. I find it’s also useful when you’re working a solo project and need a little help staying organized, A.K.A. the perfect job for project management software.
The software is free for really small businesses with up to five people. That’s enough for most startup companies. By the time you become profitable enough to hire more employees, you’ll have the confidence in Wrike project management to know it’s worth paying to have it. Anyone, including large businesses and full-size enterprises, can start using Wrike as a free trial rather than jumping right in.
Wrike lets you create and assign tasks to your workforce. It also helps you keep in touch with your team for collaboration and work discussions when you’re outside of the office. If something goes wrong (or very right), you can adjust the timeline of your project easily and keep your teammates in the loop as schedules are changing. You can also easily attach pictures and documents to your project right from your computer, mobile, Google Drive, Dropbox, or Box. There are also many integrations you can use to link Wrike with your other essential work tools. The real beauty of a cloud-based app is that you can check your to do list whenever you want — from work or home — and if someone needs a gentle reminder to do something, you can send out a push notification to their mobile app or email.
Project management software keeps everyone on their toes and on the same page. Wrike works great with smartphones and computers. The app isn’t perfect (what app is?), but it does everything I need it to do; it’ll do that for you too. People who know project management know that it’s good for business, for everyone from small to large businesses.
All-in-all, Wrike is a great piece of project management software. It includes all the features you need to keep a project organized and going strong, collaborate with all your coworkers, or manage your own project.