"My productivity increased a lot because of Wrike's iPad app. I love it,” – said Kavindra Patel, Principal Developer Marketing Manager at Salesforce.com and a Wrike customer.
San Jose, California (Vocus/PRWEB) February 08, 2011
Wrike.com today launched mobile versions of its award-winning project management software. Wrike announced that these mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry are now available at no additional cost to any Wrike user.
On the heels of the opening of Wrike’s development platform, the extended mobile offering represents the next step in Wrike’s efforts to bring social project management to wherever people work. With the native applications for each device, Wrike customers have the ability to access, share and manage projects from their favorite mobile device, which helps people become more agile and productive. Wrike brought the most important project collaboration features to its mobile applications. If a person only has 30 seconds to create a new assignment or contribute to a task discussion, he or she can easily do so with Wrike’s mobile apps on the go. The team can instantly take care of the new tasks, since Wrike immediately notifies project participants about the important changes.
"My productivity increased a lot because of Wrike's iPad app. I love it,” – said Kavindra Patel, Principal Developer Marketing Manager at Salesforce.com and a Wrike customer. Thousands of companies worldwide, including Salesforce, eBay, Ecco and MyLifetime Networks, increase their efficiency in managing multiple projects with the help of Wrike. Wrike conveniently brings data from many projects into one secure workspace and lets teams collaborate on projects, plans, files, charts and comments. By offering all mobile apps for free, Wrike helps thousands of teams worldwide to increase the personal productivity of each team member, no matter what mobile device he or she uses.
“It’s very important for us to respond to our customers’ need to access their tasks in Wrike anywhere they are and easily manage their projects while they’re on the move. We’ve developed native apps for iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry, so that business users can always have the project data at hand and collaborate through their favorite mobile gadgets as efficiently as they do in the office,” said Andrew Filev, the CEO of Wrike. “Using the Wrike mobile apps, teams can stay on track, save time and be super-productive, no matter where they are. For organizing tasks, adjusting project plans and contributing to discussions, these apps are a quick and simple way to go.”
Wrike’s iPhone and iPad versions will be available for download on iTunes starting February 8. The apps work on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with iOS of version 3.1.2 and higher.
Wrike's BlackBerry app will be available for download on BlackBerry App World soon. To download this app for for free now, please visit:
http://www.wrike.com/download/bb/47/wrikebb.jad (OS versions 4.7 and higher).
http://www.wrike.com/download/bb/45/wrikebb.jad (OS versions 4.5-4.7).
Wrike is the leading on-demand, online project management and collaboration solution. It provides teams with a unique platform for collaborating on multiple projects in one workspace in real time. Wrike’s collaboration features give a significant productivity gain to thousands of companies and are known to save managers up to 30 working hours per month. Its e-mail integration is the most advanced in the project management space. Wrike, Inc. has patents pending. Wrike, Inc. is a privately held corporation located in California.