Project management and collaboration solution Wrike released a major update that provides a customized experience at every level of the product and at every level.
The release enables business to integrate their own data and processes into Wrike projects, a capability once reserved for large-scale enterprise deployments. San Bruno based Nomis Solutions has been testing Wrike’s Dynamic Platform to customize effort allocation for their team of analysts in order to manage workload.
“Prior to using Wrike, we had limited visibility into the workload of our 40+ person service, consulting, and implement teams,” said Roger Arnemann, Senior Vice President of Products and Services at Nomis Solutions. “The ability to customize Wrike for our particular needs has given us meaningful insight into our team members’ capacity and helps us maintain balanced workload management across projects.”
Wrike also released a new API that makes it possible for developers to build applications and integrations on top of the popular project management platform.