Email is Turned into an Interactive, Next-Generation Collaboration Tool at the
Web 2.0 Expo
Award-winning project management software provider, Wrike.com, unveils a beta of its new
solution for unparalleled project productivity at the Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 3, 2010 -- Wrike.com is revolutionizing the way millions of business users
collaborate via email by bringing real-time Web 2.0 collaboration to their inboxes. With the release of the new
version, Wrike has turned its online project management software into an email-integrated, real-time project
collaboration and productivity solution.
“For many of us, there’s no doubt that in 3 years, SMBs will use next-generation, Web-based tools that make
collaboration much more efficient than last century’s email. However, replacing email may just not be what
business teams are longing for,” said Andrew Filev, CEO at Wrike.com. “Our experience shows that tight
integration with the most ubiquitous communication tool, email, proves to be a better approach. Wrike won over
thousands of project teams, thanks to its unique ability to turn whole email threads into tasks and projects shared
online. Now, with the release of the new version, we’re taking another big step in helping business users
worldwide maximize their project management efficiency. During the last few months, the Wrike team has been
passionately working on the right project productivity formula. We are excited to present our new version at the
Web 2.0 Expo.”
In addition to advanced project management features, such as the already widely popular email integration,
unique flexibility and interactive Gantt charts, Wrike delivers a number of new functions that maximize user
satisfaction and greatly improve overall team productivity.
Faster Performance, Clean and Intuitive User Interface
The new Wrike is designed for speed and productivity. Every action — like creating a task or a project, assigning
it to a team member, sharing project data with a team, or attaching a