Wrike provides both co-located and distributed teams with a powerful platform for fast, easy and efficient project management. With Wrike, workers can organize tasks, track time, manage workload, schedule their projects, and track progress directly from Jive, enjoying the best of full-featured project management.

 

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7 Main Reasons to Choose Wrike for Project Management


Reason #1: All data in 1 place

Sounds like a dream? Wrike makes it a reality by bringing tasks, files, discussions, time tracking, schedules, Gantt charts and more, all in one place.

 

Reason #2: Real-time visibility into work progress
Even if your team is spread across the globe, Wrike gives you an accurate picture of the employees’ activities in real time.  No need to collect status updates – the progress is right in front of you!


Reason #3: Minimize duplicate efforts and miscommunication
When plans change, all the relevant team members are instantly notified. This results in hours of saved managerial work and helps get more done in less time.


Reason #4: See Your Team’s Productivity Grow

Our customers become 75% more organized in tracking delegated tasks and get up to 100% more tasks done. What productivity record will you establish?

 

Reason #5: Gain Control in Multi-project Environment

70,000 tasks and dozens of projects – do you think it’s possible to stay on top of this? Not only possible, it’s even easy with Wrike! No matter how many projects you are running, you have clear visibility into the team’s progress.

 

Reason #6: Make Your E-mail Communications Count

It’s impossible to fully enhance project management without integrating e-mail. Wrike knows the manager’s challenges and lets you assign and schedule tasks right from your e-mail account.

 

Reason #7: Quick adoption, regardless of IT experiencenag

Adopting Wrike doesn’t require any special IT training for your team. Free live webinars, online video tutorials and 24/7 customer support are always there to guide you through.

 

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