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2006, US


Founded in 2006, Wrike describes itself as “built for project managers” – and it has the features to match.

Mainly geared towards small and medium-sized firms, the platform offers five different tiers for different business needs and team sizes. Its free tier offers file sharing, activity streams, and other task management tools for up to five users, along with 2GB of storage – perfect for smaller start ups. The next level, the ‘Professional’ tier, provides the same services for up to fifteen users, along with shareable dashboards, 5GB of storage and 15GB video uploads per month.

More expensive tiers allow up to 200 users to use the platform, as well as the ability to create reports, access data analysis tools, track time and more – perfect for larger organisations who need multiple accounts or want to drill down further into their teams' behaviours.

Wrike can be accessed through Mac or Windows apps or via the cloud; it also offers mobile apps for iOS and Android, useful for teams who work on the go.

Wrike’s monthly plans start from free, with the first paid package starting at $9.80 a month. Support is available by phone, email, and live chat.

Best for

Small, medium and large businesses


  • Customisable templates
  • Time tracking
  • Integrated calendar
  • Deadline alerts
  • Resource management
  • Budget management
  • Gantt charts
  • Kanban boards
  • Integrated chat
  • Agile development
  • API
  • Mobile app
  • Live support
  • Free trial


Cloud, SaaS, Web

Installed - Mac

Installed - Windows

Mobile - Android Native

Mobile - iOS Native

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