Overall Satisfaction with Wrike
Wrike was our first project management tool that was implemented in our marketing department. For quite some time, we used it as a housing and archive structure for different marketing projects. Eventually, it evolved, and we started utilizing the Wrike dashboard to run our weekly pipeline meetings. This was great because we could easily see what was overdue, what was in progress, and what was coming down the pipeline in the upcoming weeks as well. Wrike made almost everything customizable, which was great. If you have someone who really knows the system inside and out, it really helps in how a user actually handles working within the system. Dashboards were created automatically if the settings were right. The only downside I'd have to say is that not all things are done by a trigger and would have to be done manually. For instance, if a project or task were "completed," it wouldn't automatically move to our archive folder or out of our dashboard.
- Process flow
- Timelines on projects
- Higher producing content
- Asana, monday.com and Slack
Wrike was the one that seemed to have the most organizational structure, but we could also customize and configure the way we wanted to. It also seemed to be the most user-friendly for people of all tech backgrounds and knowledge. It was almost like working organizationally through a social media account.
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I think that Wrike is a great communication tool for project management when it's used correctly. I think that if you don't know the system or take the time to learn it, you're going to have problems. As mentioned, the dashboards and calendars were my favorite part of the system. This is along with the editing tool that Wrike features for graphics and video. I don't think Wrike is appropriate for actually housing specific documents or being able to archive anything, especially not automatically.