Wrike is a cloud-based collaboration and project management software. It allows users to create, plan, collaborate, report, and customize their workflows. We compiled Wrike reviews from around the web and found that they have mostly positive ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
Wrike Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Fair
Customer Service: Good
Summary of Wrike Reviews
What Wrike does well:
Users who gave Wrike a positive review liked how comprehensive and customizable the software is.
What Wrike does not do well:
Users who gave Wrike a negative review thought that it could be a bit difficult to learn and implement, especially for people new to project management. Some said navigating through the software to find a project, file, or function can be a bit confusing.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site G2 Crowd said that she likes Wrike for its flexibility and comprehensiveness — she can create custom fields to suit her needs, view tasks in different formats (list, board, table, and timeline mode), and create custom reports that show information that she needs. She also said that sharing reports with other users is easy.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A reviewer from G2 Crowd felt like he can do so much with the app, but he finds it difficult to navigate through it. He said it’s especially frustrating for people who are new to project management and have no idea where to begin. He also mentioned that it’s challenging to input tasks in a comprehensive manner.
Other Wrike Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Wrike reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Sept 25, 2017|
Wrike has four pricing options most suitable for small businesses — Free, Professional, Business, and Marketers. Prices range between $0 and $34.60 per month (per user) and are billed annually. Volume discounts are available for the Business and Marketers plans. The main differences between the plans include storage space, number of users/collaborators, and integrations.
|Price (Billed Annually)|
|2-way Sync with Github and Jira|
|Third Party Integrations|
(Full list here. Salesforce only available from Business plan up.)
Basic features in the Free plan include:
- Task Management
- File Sharing
- Real-time Activity Stream
- Spreadsheet View
- Cloud Storage Integrations
For bigger businesses, there’s also the Enterprise plan — which is almost the same as the Marketers plan, but with added features such as two-factor authentication, IT controlled admin permissions, user audit reports, and 100GB of storage space. Interested users need to contact Wrike for a quote.