Overall Satisfaction with Wrike
Wrike is used primarily within the marketing department at our organization. We have started to include other departments as collaborator users, but it is mostly as it relates back to the marketing function. We have a small marketing department that serves a global organization, so Wrike helps us keep our work organized, ensure we're meeting deliverables and deadlines.
- Task organization.
- The new user layout/experience requires more clicks to get to high use areas.
- Some of the dependent functionality can get out of alignment if you duplicate tasks.
- Collaborator functionality is limited (which makes sense since those licenses are free) but it would be nice if they could edit task descriptions.
- Folder/project structure.
- Calendar views.
- Team dashboards.
- Manager reporting.
- Free collaborator licenses.
- Our team is able to manage all of our work in one system.
- Helps us meet organizational deadlines.
- Deliver on KPIs.
Wrike has significantly more functionality than Trello did. We are able to keep our work organized in a better system because we switched from Trello to Wrike. Wrike also offers more comprehensive reporting, dashboards, and calendar views than Trello offered. We were feeling very stuck with Trello and are feeling better supported now that we've been with Wrike.
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For teams like ours, where we are managing competing deadlines, it's essential for us to stay organized. While I can see it working as an organization-wide solution, it would require a comprehensive implementation since there would be several "spaces" involved. It's well suited if you need to set up tasks and subtasks, projects and other deadlines or calendars because there are ways to layer views so you can see everything in one place.