Mobile Project Management Gets Reinvented with Wrike’s New Apps for iPhone and Android
Wrike releases new mobile apps to tailor its social project management mix for quick, easy and efficient work on iOS and Android smartphones.
Wrike, a leading provider of social project management software (http://www.wrike.com/)
Wrike’s new mobile apps provide a rich set of features for personal productivity, project management and collaboration. With the help of the new apps, iOS and Android users can easily access their tasks and projects on the go, monitor work progress, discuss issues in real time and accurately track working time. This means that workers can stay on top of their projects and easily collaborate with their peers at any time or place. The new mobile apps are free for all Wrike users.
“Today’s creative worker isn’t tied to an office cubicle. When things are moving so fast, most of us want to have instant access to work anywhere and at any time.
The continuing expansion of remote teams is an important thing to notice here, too. Our recent survey showed that 80% of people work remotely at least a couple of hours per week. We’re enhancing our users’ mobile experience so that they take advantage of Wrike’s power, no matter what device they’re using it on – be it their PC or smartphone. Sometimes it might require a single click or tap to make a mission-critical update to your project. With Wrike’s new mobile apps, we want to make sure you can always take that action on time!” says Andrew Filev, Wrike founder and CEO.
Among the most important features, Wrike’s new mobile project management (http://www.wrike.com/
To get Wrike’s project management app for iPhone (https://itunes.apple.com/
Wrike is an award-winning provider of social project management and collaboration software that helps both co-located and distributed teams get things done together in real time. Wrike’s product vision is based on the innovative “work graph” model, connecting all work in one central hub that is comfortable to manage and navigate. Adopting the features of the “social graph” to the project collaboration space, Wrike allows users to bring together as many projects as they need and work on them in a scalable environment. Wrike is led by CEO Andrew Filev, a seasoned software entrepreneur, product manager and project manager who launched his first software company at the age of 18 and quickly grew it from a startup into a thriving international business. As more and more businesses trust Wrike for collaborating in the cloud, the company shows stable, triple-digit growth year-to-year. Wrike’s customer base is notable for its wide international outreach and famous brands on board, including ECCO, Deloitte, Adobe, EMC, Stanford University and more.