Wrike alternatives

Wrike
Juggling multiple projects? Wrike makes it easy and efficient for you. It lets you easily adjust plans on the Gantt chart, optimize schedules in the workload view, create custom reports, track time and much more — all with a few mouse clicks.
Wrike alternatives are:
Basecamp, Clarizen, Smartsheet, LiquidPlanner, AtTask
Here are the latest news about Wrike:

18.07.16 Wrike launched project management tool for marketers


Project management service Wrike is looking at how it can better serve certain verticals through more specialized products. With Wrike for Marketers, the company launched the first of its new vertical solutions this week. Targeting marketers was an easy choice because 40 percent of the company’s new revenue is already coming from this vertical. Unsurprisingly, the product was designed around the typical marketing workflow, which often revolves around briefs, requests, assignments, reviews and approvals. The Wrike team also noticed that a lot of the creative work in marketing agencies happens in Adobe tools like Photoshop and InDesign. To integrate these into Wrike, the company built an extension for the Adobe Creative Cloud that brings some of Wrike’s features right into Adobe’s tools.



2015 Project management service Wrike raised $15M


Project management and collaboration platform Wrike has raised a $15 million Series B round. “At a time of huge digital transformation in the workplace, our customers were stuck with a choice between overly complex enterprise IT solutions that were impractical, or overly simple tools and apps that don’t scale,” said Wrike CEO and Founder Andrew Filev in a canned statement. “Our goal was to bridge that gap with our enterprise product and focus on smoothly integrated, scalable customization. Now each customer can easily configure Wrike to support their unique business goals.” He also argues that its recent addition of new customization options has allowed it to gain extra traction in the enterprise world, where it’s typically quite a hassle to add individualized features to services like Wrike.



2014 Project Management app Wrike improves customization options



Work management and collaboration service Wrike unveiled so-called “dynamic platform,” that gives users the ability to customize the service to their needs. The new Custom Fields let you configure each project to track exactly what you need. Need to track budgets? Priority? Custom statuses? No problem. Whether you’re in Product Development, Marketing, Finance, or any other team, you can now configure your projects with exactly what matters to you. This feature is available to Wrike Enterprise customers. Also the new feature is Table View that works like a spreadsheet, making it easier to use for project planning. Besides, Wrike added integrations with Evernote, Wufoo, Zendesk, and more tools.



2014 Wrike allows to convert any web page into task



Popular project management service Wrike added a clever Chrome extension that lets users annotate the web. Using the extension, Wrike users can not only pull in information from any website, but more importantly, when other team members land on that site, they will see that there are tasks associated with it. In a way, this is similar to web annotation tools, but none of those have ever had much impact, likely because they weren’t integrated into any other productivity applications. Other new features include the ability to include outside parties to Wrike projects, something the company argues is especially important for agencies that work with their clients.



2013 Wrike turns into Google Wave



Remember Google Wave? That was the super-app for collaboration that Google has closed. But, as you know, not everything that Google closes - is bad thing. That's why it's not surprising that other providers are following Google Wave's best practices. For example, the project management service Wrike. Last year Wrike implemented real time collaboration editing of task and project pages. And now they have added the "playback" feature that allows to track text changes. So If you were offline or was busy doing other things for a while and then come back to the task - you can quickly run through the change history of the task from the beginning to the end. You can also roll back the task to one of the intermediate versions. In general, if you now look at the Wrike interface right now, you'll definitely remember the Google Wave.