Pros & Cons
- Offers top-tier support for all users, but especially enterprise businesses and applications.
- Easy to integrate other tools with Wrike
- Very easy to use, even with the customizable dashboards
- Pricing could be better for smaller businesses
- The timer is task-based, not account-based, and it can be tricky for some to find
Plans & Pricing
There are three plans available for Wrike users, one of which is totally free. Plans are designed for different team sizes and different needs, and each is capped with a seat number. Paid plans are billed annually but priced per user per month.
All in all, Wrike’s pricing and available features are pretty similar compared to other project management apps. All paid plans offer a 14-day free trial, but there is no moneyback guarantee. Smaller businesses can find more affordable project management apps, like Teamwork Projects or Zoho Projects.
The free package includes board view, task management, file sharing, real-time activity stream, spreadsheet view, basic integrations, iPhone and Android apps, cloud storage integrations, and 2GB of space.
This package is designed for 5-15 users and costs $9.80 per user per month. It includes all of the free features plus task and sub-task management, dynamic timeline management with Gantt charts, advanced integrations, shareable dashboards, unlimited collaborators, 5 GB space, and 15 GB video uploads per month.
The Business package is designed for 5-200 users and costs $24.80 per user per month. It includes all professional features along with custom fields and workflows, shared real-time reports with scheduled notifications, report templates, graphical analytics, resource management, request forms, time tracking, user groups and permissions, Salesforce integration, branded workspace, 50 GB of storage, and 15 GB video uploads per month.
The top-tier package is Enterprise, which adds even more advanced features such as audit reports, password policies, directory integration, network access, and more, in addition to 100GB of storage space. This package price is customized, and therefore you will need to contact Wrike directly to receive a price quote. You can also purchase different add-on features. This includes consulting and training from an expert on how to optimize Wrike to achieve your goals. The price for this depends on your needs, and companies need to contact Wrike to get a customized quote. There are also two other available add-ons namely Proofing and Approval of all digital images and documents. This costs $9.80 per user per month, and two-way sync with GitHub and Jira. This is currently free for a limited time.
Wrike also offers two different team packages, The first is for Marketers and the second for Professional Services. The Wrike for Marketers package includes Wrike Proof, Wrike Publish, Wrike’s extension for Adobe Creative Cloud, as well as all features of the Business or Enterprise plan. Wrike for Professional services, includes Wrike Resource along with all features of the Business or Enterprise plan. Both of these packages require you to contact Wrike for a price quote.
Wrike is a solid project management app that mid-sized and larger businesses will likely find extremely valuable, especially given its open API. It offers one of the best customizable dashboards systems you can find, plus excellent widgets and effective charts, task silos, and more.
Features and Functionality
Wrike offers all paid plan members tools to organize, track, and report on various projects, as well as to streamline requests from both internal members and external clients or customers.
Wrike offers dashboards that can be tailored to unique projects or team members’ needs. Dashboards can include widgets for real-time updates, graphs, and interactive reports. Real-time notifications can be added to any dashboard so nothing is missed by team leaders or key project workers.
All users will be able to create reports using Wrike’s report wizard: a template-generator that allows you to build reports unique to your business or project’s needs. These can also be edited after creation, and there’s no limit to the number of report templates you can create.
Ease of Use
Wrike is ultimately very easy to use, featuring a clean interface and bold lettering, along with logical menu design. Team leaders and project workers alike will be able to find their tasks, modify things as necessary, and turn in reports all from a few main screens. The customizable dashboards are also easy to learn to use without being overwhelming.
Applications and Integrations
Wrike offers both the desktop interface and a mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Both screens are well-designed and optimized for desktop or mobile use, respectively. Users can work offline on their phone, then automatically update those hours the next time to connect to the Internet. The included Time Tracker is project/task-based instead of account-based.
Wrike is also available for most major browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Explorer.
Wrike Business users and above will gain Salesforce integration, although Wrike also has an open API. This allows dedicated teams to connect any tool or third-party platform they want to Wrike if they so choose.
Wrike provides 24/7 support across multiple channels and its service department has already won several awards. There are extra packages for added fees for dedicated support or deployment assistance – these are often included in the custom pricing for Enterprise and similar plans.
Phone SupportIncluded for all users 24/7
Live Online ChatLive chat is available for all users
Wrike is a solid project management app that mid-sized and larger businesses will likely find extremely valuable, especially given its open API. It offers one of the best customizable dashboards systems you can find, plus excellent widgets and effective charts, task silos, and more. It’s also valuable since it doesn’t take long to learn and customer support is always close at hand.