Wrike: Great for managing priorities and due dates
March 13, 2015

Wrike: Great for managing priorities and due dates

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Wrike

Wrike is only used by the Marketing & Communications department to manage content calendars, social media post topics, and the team's workload. Wrike is useful for managing all this information in one platform.
  • Manage workloads for projects assigned to you.
  • Managers can see what their employees are working on from their desktop or mobile device.
  • I like the to do list that is automatically generated based on what is assigned to you and the due date that was set.
  • it would be nice to have the ability to track budgets and spends, as well as associate a spend per project.
  • Increase employee efficiency.
  • More effective daily to-do lists based on due dates and priorities.
I have used Microsoft Outlook tasks and shared calendars to manage joint projects in the past. There are many "pros" to using Outlook since it connects to the rest of the Microsoft Office Suite but it is not as easy to use and not as intuitive as Wrike. Wrike is visually appealing and more efficient at helping to manage tasks.
Wrike is well suited for small companies or departments who need to manage workloads more closely; create a task list that needs to be shared with many different stakeholders, and for workers who work remotely from the rest of the team.

Wrike Feature Ratings

Task Management
Resource Management
Gantt Charts
Workflow Automation
Not Rated
Team Collaboration
Support for Agile Methodology
Not Rated
Support for Waterfall Methodology
Not Rated
Document Management
Not Rated
Email integration
Not Rated
Mobile Access
Timesheet Tracking
Change request and Case Management
Not Rated
Budget and Expense Management
Not Rated