Wrike, a work management software for high-performance teams, today announced its integration with Microsoft Teams, the chat-based workspace in Office 365, the company said.
The integration allows Wrike to offer powerful collaborative work management tools to Office 365´s 85m monthly active users.
Teams users will be able to easily create tasks and manage workflows directly from the chat-based interface, making conversations in Teams more productive and actionable. They will also be able to access a unique visualization of their work schedule and timeline (Gantt chart).
As collaboration becomes more complex due to an increasingly distributed workforce, it´s now crucial for businesses to adopt the latest work management technologies. This will help users to better communicate and share content within the context of work. With Teams and Wrike, Office 365 users will have more tools for purpose-driven collaboration, regardless of approach or location.
Wrike is an SaaS-based work management and collaboration platform withms of users using its products. Wrike has been translated into ten languages and is sold in 120 countries.