Wrike and Trello are both Project Management Apps/Tools but they are different from each other. In Wrike, you are able to create subtasks. In Trello, you only have Boards and cards. Wrike has dependency management while Trello doesn't. Both of them has comm features where team members can communicate and upload files. Both of them can also extract reports. I would recommend Wrike for its business orientation and other features such as reports, analytics, and other. For it's simplicity, Trello would be a better choice but needs more analytical functions.
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