Wrike Business accounts are ideal for teams that want (or need) reporting and more customization options. On Business accounts, users gain access to Wrike’s advanced features, get more control over folder permissions, and have more ways to add, organize, and report on their work.
Custom Fields are a highly flexible way of adding or tracking information related to tasks, folders, or projects. You can adjust a field's share settings and make the field viewable only by you or share the field with teammates to help keep everyone on the same page.
Use Requests to simplify your intake workflow, add structure to the request system, ensure that requests are added to the appropriate location, and decrease the chances that requests are lost.
Plan, view, and share work with scheduled tasks that link directly to underlying work and keep information in context and up-to-date with calendars.
Use Wrike Reports to create customizable reports and gain insights about your projects and tasks. The Report Builder helps you quickly create a new report and you can refresh or reopen reports at any time to have them update with the most up-to-date data.
Add Custom Statuses and Workflows to keep track of how work is progressing in a way that makes the most sense for your team. With Custom statuses, each team can create their own workflows and add the status names (and color coding) that best suit their needs.
Keep track of how much time is spent on a particular task by using the Time Tracking feature, then review time entries using the Timelog view.
Progress and Performance Reports provide dynamic charts for folders of your workspace. Quickly see how many tasks are completed or in progress, how specific team members have been performing, or what they have on their plate, and more. Pin performance reports right to your dashboard to easily access the information you care about most.
Work Schedules help you better organize your team’s work schedules. Increase transparency by adding vacations, public holidays, and sick leaves all from one place.
Facilitate communication between your team’s Salesforce users and Wrike users by taking advantage of Wrike’s Salesforce integration. Wrike’s Salesforce widget displays and syncs with corresponding Wrike tasks which means that each team can use the platform they’re most comfortable with but still remain on the same page about how tasks are progressing.
Advanced folder and project permission settings allow you to control what different users or user groups can do within a shared folder or project.