We're using Wrike to manage quite complex projects (hundreds of tasks, divided in sprints) and we're struggling to produce good project reporting out of Wrike.
In particular, we feel the lack of a Burn Down Graph, showing you the actual progress of tasks (belonging to a specific folder) versus the estimated planned completion. Here is an example of what I'm speaking of. The vertical axis is expressing the number of remaining tasks, while the horizontal axis is the time interval of the project. The Blue line is the planned burn down of the tasks, while the Red line is indicating the actual performance.
Besides, it would also be useful to establish a relationship among tasks and project requirements and track the completion of the latter. For example, if I have 20 tasks required to achieve a specific project requirement, it would be nice to "tag" them all together to that requirement (through a custom property or a milestone or a folder, I don't know which best suites) and get a report about the percentage of completion of the requirement itself, calculated from the overall completion of all tasks linked to it.
Thank you in advance for your attention.
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