Wrike, the collaborative work management (CWM) platform for
high-performance teams, is helping companies manage work at scale with
the introduction of Spaces and the availability of Wrike Integrate.
Spaces makes Wrike the only CWM platform with configurable, unique
workspaces for teams and individuals where they can securely access the
information and tools most relevant to them, which streamlines work,
eliminates distractions, and increases focus. Wrike Integrate, an
integration and automation platform, supercharges productivity and
collaboration at scale by automating complex workflows across teams,
people, and applications and providing highly customized integrations
with both cloud and on-premises apps.
“Work today is often scattered among a variety of different tools, which
makes it incredibly challenging for executives to establish company
alignment and unified customer experience,” said Andrew Filev, founder
and CEO, Wrike. “The only solution to this paradox is to combine
autonomy and integration, and thus creating a new way to manage work.
With Spaces and Wrike Integrate, IT departments can now deploy Wrike
knowing that every team in the enterprise will be able to configure it
to suit their specific needs while keeping everyone – and all that data
– in a single system.”
Previously, Wrike users have been able to create folders, projects, and
tasks to organize and manage their work. With Spaces, configurable,
unique workspaces can now be designed to house all of the relevant
information and tools a team needs, so everything is right at their
fingertips. Spaces provides:
More control and security over how information is distributed to
cross-functional teams through distinct access roles and permissions
for Space and non-Space members;
Greater team and company-wide alignment with the ability to configure
unique workspaces that help teams understand overarching priorities
and objectives, while simultaneously increasing the focus on the task
Simplified user experience and increased productivity by creating a
centralized hub for teams where all the relevant assets, tools, and
resources that are important to their success are stored;
Improved efficiency through the option to assign default workflows,
clearly define processes and provide an intuitive sharing experience,
so teams spend less time searching for work and more time doing work;
A new Personal Space for team members to manage and complete tasks in
a way that best fits their working style.
“Spaces has made working in Wrike simpler, especially for different
teams, because each team now has its dedicated workspace,” said
Christopher Rayson, director of client engagement, Sun Life Financial.
“Another fantastic aspect of Spaces is the ability to bookmark all the
commonly used folders, projects, links to external resources, request
forms, dashboards, and calendars into a single location. This makes the
workspace cleaner, and it’s easier to access everything you need to get
your work done.”
Today’s workflows span countless apps, teams, and locations.
Traditionally, however, integrations have been focused on connecting
specific apps and not automating entire workflows. With Wrike Integrate,
customers can easily connect to the apps used across their business, as
well as deeply customize specific integrations to meet their unique
needs best. Wrike Integrate makes it possible for companies to:
Move beyond basic, one-off integrations to comprehensive workflow
automation quickly and easily;
Seamlessly automate complex workflows at scale across people and
teams, with pre-built connectors to more than 400 cloud and
on-premises apps and the ability to connect to thousands more through
Customize Wrike with unique automations by effectively integrating
Wrike with itself, enabling companies to make Wrike work precisely how
they need it to;
Leverage prepackaged, automated workflows, which saves time, money,
and the hassle of creating them from scratch;
Increase productivity by keeping apps and teams from being siloed,
reducing the effort and errors of manual workflow, and removing
integration and automation gaps from their workflow.
“There are countless inhibitors to success that leadership must contend
with, from lack of automation to information silos and disjointed
collaboration,” said Chris Marsh, research director, 451 Research.
“Wrike’s new Spaces feature, combined with Wrike Integrate, make the
platform a more customizable and automated Work Intelligence Platform,
serving as a centralized hub for connecting people, processes, and
technology. It’s in line with the market trend towards greater
intuitiveness in the user experience and will help remove more of the
friction that makes companies struggle in executing on their business
Spaces has already begun rolling out to all Wrike customers.
Wrike Integrate is an add-on feature available to Wrike for Marketers,
Business plan, and Enterprise plan customers today. For more information
about Wrike Integrate, please visit: www.wrike.com/add-on-wrike-integrate.
Wrike is the collaborative work management platform for market leaders.
The Wrike platform helps organizations align work with the most
important business objectives, create new efficiencies, and drive
results. It brings out the best in teams by giving them a single digital
workplace with all the tools, features, and integrations needed to
manage, automate, and complete work at scale. Founded in 2006 and
headquartered in Silicon Valley, Wrike is the partner of choice for more
than 18,000 organizations, including Google, Tiffany & Co., and Edelman,
with two million users across 140 countries. For more information,