Today, Wrike launched a new version of its real-time project management software with a new set of features tailored to large-scale deployments. Wrike is trusted by thousands of companies, including global industry leaders, and the Enterprise release brings new features to the platform, allowing enhanced control over complex work, better visibility into work progress, advanced privacy settings and facilitated coordination of cross-functional teams.
With the rise of the information economy and virtual collaboration, there are four key technology enablers that drive the productivity of your workforce - mobile, social, cloud and big data. Our new release brings them all together, connecting your employees, increasing business velocity and giving you instant visibility into your global operations," said Andrew Filev, CEO at Wrike. "In fast-moving information work, you shouldn't have to hold meetings and send out dozens of e-mails to get the up-to-date status of the work. It's an outdated and inefficient paradigm. With the latest data in cloud and mobile technologies, you can collaborate in real time. And with the help of big data technologies, you can get reports on work progress at any time, along with actionable insights. Wrike acts as your point of record system for work that provides a rich collaboration environment, integrated with many other tools that you use."
Wrike is a flexible work management and collaboration platform centered around the tasks, projects and workflows of a company. Blending live collaboration, planning and reporting, Wrike provides easy, real-time access to the status of work at any level in an organization. By now, it has become an irreplaceable solution for thousands of diverse organizations, including dozens of Fortune 1000 companies. An outstanding feature of Wrike's approach to work management is that it scales up and down smoothly. In the customer base, there are dynamic start-ups using the software on the go, as well as enterprises managing tens of thousands of projects in the system.
For the new Enterprise release, Wrike reworked its reporting engine with the big data concept at its core. Processing millions of records in the system, it provides instant infographics with an overview of employee performance, the status of actual progress compared to the original plan, and critical areas that deserve management's attention. Responding to the needs of customers with 1,000+ seats deployment, Wrike also introduced enhanced control for IT with user groups, permissions, branded e-mails and more customization features. Last, but not least, Wrike's enterprise project management software features flexible calendars to keep track of vacations, PTO and extra working days for more accurate management of working schedules.
Wrike (wrike.com) is the leading online project collaboration software. It provides teams with a unique platform for real-time collaboration on multiple projects in one workspace. Wrike's collaboration features give a significant productivity gain to thousands of companies all over the globe, including teams at Adobe, EMC and Ecco. Wrike, Inc. is a privately held corporation located in California.
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