Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — Wrike.com offers millions of Google Docs users an opportunity to upgrade their online document tracking to full-featured project management and collaboration with Wrike’s award-winning project management software. Wrike’s unparalleled features make it possible for Google Docs users to merge their online files and their email communications with project management in one interactive collaboration environment.
Wrike allows Google Docs users to create online files from their project collaboration workspace and associate Web documents, spreadsheets and presentations with individual tasks or whole projects. From now on, managers and teams can keep project documentation together with their project schedules, and it’s always accessible to every team member. The need for tracking data in two separate systems (project management software and Google Docs) is eliminated. Everything can be done from Wrike. It results in a significant productivity growth and saves time for millions of Google users.
“We always say that integration with popular platforms is the key. Thousands of our customers love Wrike, as it naturally fits their existing working environment. They can create tasks from emails and track their projects from their inbox. They can import and export MS Excel and Project files. They can turn Google Waves into tasks in their Wrike workspaces. Now, they also get an opportunity to manage their Google Docs from Wrike. Wrike’s integration with Google Docs is another step towards making Wrike a “comfort app” that aligns with the way people work and doubles their productivity at the same time,” Andrew Filev, the CEO at Wrike.com, said.
“Our major challenge with all the project management systems was adoption. The team was already working very hard, and we didn’t want to add something to their day that would take a lot of time and training to get to grips with. Wrike was the only piece of software we have ever implemented in house with the complete approval and support of 100% of staff from Day 1,” Adrian McDonagh, Managing Director at EasyWebRecruitment.com pointed out.
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