Wrike was founded in 2003 and their offices are located in Silicon Valley. The developer launched a first public beta test in 2006 and officially launched the online project management software product the following year. Andrew Filev, founder and CEO of Wrike launched his first software project at the age of seventeen in Russia while he was already attending St. Petersburg State University. It was during this time that he came up with the basis of the idea for Wrike—”go where the data is.”
This business management software offers all the features one usually can find in quality online project management software including intuitive interface, visual reporting, activity and workload views, interactive Gantt charts, real-time collaboration, time tracking, financial management, and scheduling.
Its flexible and intuitive interface is enhanced by its integrative compatibility with other commonly used business applications like including Apple Mail, IBM connections, Dropbox, Bos, Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Jive Software, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Excel, Google Drive and Google Apps Marketplace. Wrike is also available in several languages (English, German, Spanish, Czech, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, French, Italian, Danish, Japanese, Chinese) and each team member can customize the language settings in Wrike, which is of great use if you are working with an international team
Wrike provides free apps for both Android and iPhone/iPad which makes this software fully mobile.
Wrike offers a free version for up to five users with 2GB storage, and its monthly subscription rates are really affordable.