We tried out Wrike as a productivity tool within a small firm and found it extremely dynamic. Project management and teamwork are key components of our business and Wrike was able to manage our projects wonderfully.
Wrike is a project management tool for business that can be used to create a to-do list, assign tasks to employees, and provide a platform where the team can access the real time updates and progress of the project.
Let’s say (like our team) you have a small number of employees who have to deliver a project effectively: the tasks at hand need to be delegated and executed. This software for project management will help you assign tasks and provide visibility to your team. As each portion of a task is completed, the graphs, figures, spreadsheets, images, and word documents should be uploaded for all team members to see.
Whenever you visit Wrike to get an update on a project, the latest developments are right in front of you. Wrike works on an iOS system and is neatly interfaced with both app and web versions of the tool. It’s also very easy for your small firm to improve their work management and stay in touch by using the email system built within the app.
All the delegated tasks can be viewed in one page on this online project management software; so even if you are using the app on an iPhone, it will be easy to scroll up and see who is supposed to be doing what and when. You can also stay on top of the latest updates, use a search feature to find any particular project, create a new task, set a date when you want it done by, and assign the person who is responsible for that particular task.
Wrike is not just for project managers. Let’s say you have a huge landscaping project to get done in a two-month period; individual gardeners, lawn experts, horticulturists, grass cutters and patio builders could all update the app with images, videos, comments, and completed task reports as and when certain jobs are completed.
You see, Wrike can work in any sector and within any environment quickly and robustly.