Wrike lets my team be on top of things, fosters communication and saves me about 30 hours of work every month. The only thing I missed in Wrike for a while was the recurring tasks feature that is now live.
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2009
Wrike, a provider of project management SaaS and a Red Herring Top 100 Global Companies award winner, is pleased to announce the free upgrade of its scheduling options with a recurring tasks feature on all user accounts.
Besides the basic scheduling options for the task’s start date, end date and duration, Wrike offers its users advanced options that that allow them to customize work days, set up intraday tasks and establish task dependencies. Now, with the recurring tasks feature release, Wrike’s users are able to manage repeated events very easily. Wrike saves the event pattern, integrates each repeated task in the project schedule and automatically reminds teams about the tasks when the due dates approach. Automatic scheduling of recurring tasks in Wrike helps thousands of teams worldwide to reduce time spent on daily planning and improves their overall experiences in time management.
“On the project level, automation of scheduling recurring tasks results in more accurate and realistic plans. This is critical to our users because they chose Wrike as the most practical project management software. We, at Wrike, have always been evangelists of realistic and up-to-date plans that help teams get things done,” said Nic Bryson, vice president of customer relations for Wrike. “The ability to integrate weekly meetings, monthly newsletters, quarterly reports and annual conferences into the overall project schedule results in a more detailed, precise and effective planning process for the entire team.”
“I'm a project manager with 18 years of experience, and I’ve been absolutely happy with Wrike while managing my business,” said Cornelius Fichtner, PMP and a Wrike customer. “Wrike lets my team be on top of things, fosters communication and saves me about 30 hours of work every month. The only thing I missed in Wrike for a while was the recurring tasks feature that is now live. Now I can schedule important recurring tasks like ’designing weekly newsletter’ due every Monday, or ’make a full backup of our servers’ due the first Friday every month.”
“Wrike is software provided as a service, so our users get all the benefits of SaaS: high adoption rate, low initial cost, painless and free software upgrades in the background. The free updates in Wrike often include new features requested by our customers,” said Andrew Filev, the CEO of Wrike. “For example, we recently upgraded all user accounts with e-mail-integrated task discussions and intraday tasks absolutely for free. I believe that the recurring tasks feature that we granted to all user accounts today will help thousands of teams worldwide become even more effective at getting things done.”