SAN JOSE, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, today announced its integration with Slack, which will allow Slack’s six million daily users to manage Wrike projects directly from the Slack chat interface. Integration brings a greater working structure to conversations by making discussions more actionable. It also integrates Slack recently launched ‘Dialogues’ feature, which allows users to send information directly to an app outside of the context of the Slack channel, extending the potential workflows that occur in Slack.
“As a work management solution used by millions of people, we strongly believe in integration with other key platforms like Slack, so that users can work seamlessly in their digital environment,” said Andrew Filev, CEO of Wrike. “Communication is essential for teams to function effectively and chats are very popular for collaboration within and between teams. By infusing chats with work management technology, users can more easily switch between chats and tasks, allowing them to focus on completing tasks, which is essential for teams managing the deluge of work. digital.
Wrike Slack integration helps users accomplish more by minimizing app switching and allowing them to stay in Slack to collaborate on Wrike projects. Using dialog boxes makes it easy for users to include all of the elements needed to create a Wrike task in a single pop-up window. With Wrike’s Slack integration, users can:
- Create new Wrike tasks in Slack via a pop-up window – Use the new dialogs feature to work quickly in Wrike without disrupting conversations
- Receive Wrike notifications in Slack – Keep teams informed and allow them to respond quickly to updates and changes to tasks
- Overview of Wrike tasks in Slack – Make collaboration on Wrike projects easier by viewing task details in chats
For more information on integrating Wrike into Slack, please visit https://www.wrike.com/apps/chat-messaging/slack/.
Wrike is a SaaS-based collaborative work management platform that helps teams develop operational excellence. A leader in the management of collaborative work in companies, Wrike is used by more than 14,000 companies in 130 countries. In 2016, Wrike was named one of the fastest growing companies in North America on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 ™ list for the second year in a row. Wrike has also won Best Place to Work from the San Francisco Business Times / Silicon Valley Business Journal and the Bay Area News Group.