Saturday, 4 November 2017

Wrike announces new partnerships

Wrike welcomes new suite of integrations enabling enhanced collaboration across teams

Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, has announced a number of new integrations that will allow teams using Gmail, Microsoft Outlook and Slack to leverage Wrike’s powerful collaborative work management tools.

These add-ins will enhance collaboration, boost productivity and empower workflow within teams using these platforms:

With the Wrike add-in, Microsoft Outlook users will be able to easily add emails to Wrike as tasks and transform email conversations into structured work. Once in Wrike, this work can then be more effectively managed, tracked and reported.

Wrike’s Slack integration helps Slack’s six million daily users accomplish more by minimising application switching and allowing them to stay in Slack to collaborate on Wrike projects. The use of Slack ‘dialogs’ lets people easily include all the elements needed to create a Wrike task in a single popup.

The Wrike add-on for Gmail will allow more than 3.5 million G Suite businesses to easily capture work coming from email conversations without leaving Gmail – both on the web and Android.

“The on-demand nature of the digital economy pushes enterprise teams to work at a much faster pace while maintaining high standards. As a work management solution used by millions, we strongly believe in integrating with other key platforms so that users can do work seamlessly across their digital environment,” said Wrike CEO Andrew Filev. “This new set of integrations was developed to meet the growing demand from teams to collaborate and organise their work in effective ways, and we will continue to look for ways to enhance that digital ecosystems for teams.”

Wrike already integrates seamlessly with Google Drive, Salesforce, Dropbox, Evernote and Wordpress, among others and is committed to creating a connected ecosystem for global teams. In the case of Microsoft, the Outlook add-in is just the latest development as Wrike continues to deepen its integration with the Microsoft Office ecosystem. Earlier this year, Wrike announced integrations with Microsoft Teams and Actionable Messages.