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Likelihood to Recommend

Airtable

Airtable is best suited for any size company. Especially companies with many departments working on many projects. Airtable is also a great tool for regularly scheduled meetings to keep track of things discussed, documents used, and assignments. We use it to plan any event we hold for our company and our annual company retreat. It really keeps things organized and is very easy to access across any device. Outside of financial spreadsheets, this really replaces any spreadsheet software, including—and perhaps especially—cloud-based shared spreadsheets.
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Wrike

I think for software development, Wrike isn't the best tool... I would almost always choose JIRA. I feel like JIRA fails for most other use cases though. I've used quite a few tools - Basecamp, Trello on the lite end (too feature starved for what we need it for), JIRA on the heavy end. Asana and Wrike were the best fit, but I really didn't like Asana's limited interface, and their collaboration abilities were not up to par with Wrike. I also feel like Wrike will scale with our organization, and Asana is something we'd likely outgrow. At a previous org, I customized JIRA pretty hard for more project management oriented tasks, and it worked really well, it just took a LOT out of the gate to get it going, and was super difficult for some of our users to get a handle on.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

Airtable
8.0
Wrike
8.1
Task Management
Airtable
8.4
Wrike
9.1
Resource Management
Airtable
9.0
Wrike
7.6
Gantt Charts
Airtable
6.4
Wrike
8.2
Scheduling
Airtable
8.0
Wrike
8.6
Workflow Automation
Airtable
8.1
Wrike
8.0
Team Collaboration
Airtable
9.0
Wrike
9.5
Support for Agile Methodology
Airtable
8.0
Wrike
8.4
Support for Waterfall Methodology
Airtable
7.6
Wrike
7.5
Document Management
Airtable
8.1
Wrike
7.7
Email integration
Airtable
6.6
Wrike
7.8
Mobile Access
Airtable
8.1
Wrike
8.0
Timesheet Tracking
Airtable
8.5
Wrike
7.5
Change request and Case Management
Airtable
7.9
Wrike
7.8
Budget and Expense Management
Airtable
8.5
Wrike
7.3

Professional Services Automation

Airtable
Wrike
8.1
Quotes/estimates
Airtable
Wrike
8.2
Invoicing
Airtable
Wrike
7.3
Project & financial reporting
Airtable
Wrike
8.6
Integration with accounting software
Airtable
Wrike
8.3

Pros

  • Multiple viewing options, including self (individual) view and then view by project (also called a Base).
  • Completely customized columns with the ability to easily create many different data types.
  • The templates are really, really good.
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  • Customized dashboards - I like being able to organize tasks the way I want. So for example, I have a widget for things to do today/tomorrow, plus one for overdue tasks to bring them to my attention quickly, and backlogged projects. What's great about it is that I can make my dashboard just the way I want it, which is bound to be different from what works best for a coworker.
  • Notifications are useful - I mostly just use it to tag other people when they need to be updated, but other team members also use automated notifications to tell them when steps that need to be done by other people, before they can start their task, finally get done. For example, designers don't have to constantly check in to see if a copy has been written and approved yet - the system will notify them when it's ready for them.
  • Very user-friendly interface. I know it's not the most important thing, but it really does help when the software you use just works and looks nice and modern.
  • The calendar view is a really nice addition and helps me plan ahead for busy times.
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Cons

  • entering a single record seems to have to be done across several screens. Perhaps just the way we did it, but would be easier if it were all done on one screen
  • can't figure out how to "hide" a record once one of the people we are visiting dies. We don't want to delete the record, just hide it from the primary view.
  • eventually, it would be great to be able to integrate into Gmail--eg to hit the email address and have that transfer to an email...but perhaps not possible without permission from google...
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  • Minor - assigning a default user. Each time I add a task now I have to assign a user. With me as the primary user, I would love to be able to set myself as a default. I've read some discussion on this and it can be done if you add the task under "My Work." When I'm adding multiple tasks, that extra step seems counterproductive.
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Likelihood to Renew

Airtable9.1
Based on 1 answer
compared to other products it is just fabulous.
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Wrike7.2
Based on 32 answers
Wrike will bring your team significant improvement.
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Usability

Airtable9.0
Based on 5 answers
Just so easy to learn/use. Very intuitive in its application logic.
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Wrike7.9
Based on 8 answers
Because i am comfortable in using this product.
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Reliability and Availability

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic
Wrike9.0
Based on 8 answers
Over two years of (almost) daily usage without outages. Don't remember any errors. I give it 9 only because some Wrike plugins (for online document edit) are based on NPAPI architecture. These types of plugins are being phased out in new browsers, and NPAPI plugins are disabled by default in recent versions of Chrome so you have to do some browser adjustments when you switch browsers or move to another computer.
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Support

Airtable7.3
Based on 1 answer
Sometimes, I have to wait a bit longer but I'm on a low priced option so I understand why. Generally, they're able to provide me solutions to my problems as long as I'm not in a rush.
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Wrike7.2
Based on 3 answers
Their support was done mainly through email and depending on their work lord, could take longer to get a response. But the response was still within a reasonable time frame and courteous every time.
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Online Training

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic
Wrike8.9
Based on 2 answers
Wrike does a great job of provide a breadth of videos for learning their program. This includes a 'getting started' sett of videos along with a collection of more in depth videos to assist more experienced users. Combined with their excellent chat support learning wrike is easy and it includes easy access to best practices.
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Implementation

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No answers yet
No answers on this topic
Wrike8.5
Based on 6 answers
Stick with it and resist the temptation to slack in your use of project management software.
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Alternatives Considered

Vastly better-. Much easier to set up, edit and view across multiple platforms.
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I looked at Trello and Basecamp, which are great for collaborating with a team – especially those with remote team members. It seemed like the main goal of those is interactivity and though I needed it for my team, I needed something that could keep me on task as well. I needed more scheduling, task management and the ability to view users and projects in different ways. I've picked up MS Project multiple times over the years but always found it to be way too robust for my needs. I don't like overly complicated interfaces and products that introduce features that are more confusing than useful to me. Wrike balances simplicity with available features and functionality to take it full-out enterprise level. It's kind of like having extra horsepower in your car's engine... may not need all that power but I like knowing it's there if I need it.
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Return on Investment

  • makes our work life more efficient and therefore more time to devote to the actual work and less time on record keeping
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  • We've been able to get custom marketing content in the hands of the sales team faster.
  • Sales has been able to better collaborate with marketing regarding the needs of the pieces they are requesting better.
  • We've been able to utilize it for other marketing projects not necessarily related to sales as well.
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Pricing Details

Airtable

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Airtable Editions & Modules
Airtable
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Wrike

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Wrike Editions & Modules
Wrike
Edition
Wrike Free
$0
Wrike Professional
$492
Wrike Enterprise
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2. per 5 users/month
Additional Pricing Details
Every premium plan begins with a 15-day trial period to make sure Wrike is right for you.