“One of the biggest challenges we face at Walmart is the size of the organization and the number of teams that are intertwined,” says Carolyn Lum, director, Continuous Transportation Improvement, Walmart Canada.
“Before, we spent a lot of time going through the bureaucracy of different departments to get everyone aligned and on the same page. With Wrike, we can now collaborate with teams, including those we never would have interacted with before, and implement the same ways of working, which is remarkable. »
More recently, Walmart expanded Wrike’s use internationally from 500 to nearly 1,500 users.
He says it’s allowed the company to customize work management for individual teams, bring siled departments together, streamline communication, organize cross-functional projects and leverage analytics to tie projects to goals. .
“Wrike helps us move faster,” said Francis Lalonde, Vice President, Transportation, Walmart Canada.
“We drive initiative, momentum and ultimately our culture. Teams are excited to participate in project review calls and share successes, which has created a winning culture. »
“Wrike has been instrumental in helping us move to this stage. I could never have imagined Wrike’s growth at Walmart Canada, let alone how quickly it would take off at Walmart International.
“We built the Wrike Platform on the promise of empowering teams and organizations of all sizes to work together, break down barriers, and evolve beyond what they know is possible,” says Andrew Filev , Senior Vice President and General Manager of Wrike, Citrix.
“Walmart is an outstanding example of an organization that understands the importance of cross-functional collaboration and is always looking for ways to improve it.”
“By welcoming teams from around the world to Wrike, Walmart is enabling departments to better standardize and optimize processes and streamline communication so they can do their best together.”