Wrike Adds Tableau Connectors, Boosts its Work Management Platform

Wrike, a collaborative work management platform, is unifying the enterprise with a single digital workplace, adding integration with Tableau, a customer-managed encryption keys feature, and resource management tool.

Wrike also announced that Wrike for Marketers will now include guest review capabilities; Wrike Proof, enhanced proofing and approvals; and Wrike Publish, Digital Asset Management (DAM) through integrations with Bynder and MediaValet.

Wrike Integrate allows users to automate complex workflows at scale across people and teams with more than 400 cloud or on-premise applications.

The automation engine makes it possible for organizations to move beyond basic, one-off integrations to comprehensive workflow automation quickly and easily.

Wrike Integrate comes prepackaged with automated workflows, but can also be configured to meet the unique needs of the team, department, or whole organization, saving time and allowing users to focus on more high value, strategic work.

Configuration of Wrike Integrate - from establishing integrations to automating workflows and creating new ones - is all done within Wrike and does not require technical or developer input, empowering users to build an engine that works for them.

Wrike Lock delivers unparalleled cloud data security because customers retain control through customer-managed encryption keys for all Wrike data.

This provides greater visibility into all access and use of data, including the ability to monitor, approve, or reject requests for data and documents.

External encryption key storage is managed independently from the data center and encryption keys to Wrike data are also encrypted, meeting stringent enterprise security requirements.

One of the most requested features from customers is resource management. With Wrike Resource, teams can efficiently plan work, manage workload, and prioritize projects based on capability.

 The Workload view delivers complete visibility into each team member’s workload and availability. With the Effort Allocation feature, managers are able to indicate the number of hours needed for a task, divide the work between team members, and adjust the number of hours for each team member based on an individual’s workload and the number of days available.

For more information about this news, visit www.wrike.com.


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