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Based on 256 reviews and ratings
Likelihood to Recommend
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.
Feature Rating Comparison
Support for Agile Methodology
Support for Waterfall Methodology
Change request and Case Management
Budget and Expense Management
Project & financial reporting
Integration with accounting software
- Their interface is intuitive and easy to use. It's clean, and I really like both their mobile app (iPhone) and their desktop app (Mac).
- Customizing workflows and approval processes is relatively easy, and adding to multiple projects with multiple assignees and watchers is excellent.
- The organization is excellent and intuitive. Search functionality is pretty great. Both make it super easy to find what you're looking for... new, old, completed, etc.
- Really like the different views - Konbon, list view, etc. If you're used to Trello, Basecamp, Asana, etc... there's a view that's pretty comfortable to you.
- Really wish their calendar could integrate with Google Cal!
- Better task digests--it's hard to get the email alerts configured just right.
Likelihood to Renew
Based on 32 answers
Wrike is the best project and task management system I've ever used by far. I like that there's always more to learn; I like the community (including the blog, videos, and social media) and how thoroughly it covers all our needs.
Based on 8 answers
Reliability and Availability
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.
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.
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.
Based on 6 answers
My previous company used Basecamp - which was fine for a small company. Wrike provides us an up to date and modern interface that is easy to navigate and streamline our team's performance. We have a large company of over 1,500 people and have no issues with productivity after using Wrike.
Return on Investment
- We have never had a conversation of trying another product.
- This is an all in one product that helps my company organize thoughts and ideas.
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Wrike Editions & Modules
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2. per 5 users/month