San Jose, California (PressExposure) April 06, 2011 -- Today, Wrike.com unveils budget-friendly pricing plans and an enhanced Activity Stream, which will boost the affordability and efficiency of project management software for SMBs. Wrike's new pricing model not only tackles the high costs of traditional collaboration and project management systems, but also offers unlimited projects on all subscription plans - a perfect match for the needs of SMBs that are looking to efficiently manage their work and collaborate online on a tight budget. On top of the new price of the service, Wrike empowered the service even more with the efficiently redesigned Activity Stream, enhancing real-time collaboration and creating an intuitive way to communicate throughout the entire project.
Wrike now offers its advanced project management features, combined with powerful social tools, at a uniquely low price for new users. Even small organizations with a limited budget that felt priced out of being able to incorporate project management software into their work, can now take advantage of collaborating in real time in an easy, productive and cost-efficient way. The time saved by not having to manage their projects in clumsy spreadsheets, lengthy email exchanges or an array of incompatible Web applications makes Wrike a huge value on top of its budget-friendly and flexible pricing. For example, it costs a small team of 15 just $99 a month, or just $6.60 per user, with no limits on the amount of projects you can have at any time. Wrike offers packaged pricing with full functionality and unlimited projects on all plans, beating competitors that either charge per user or limit the number of projects. All plans also include the option of adding unlimited viewers for free - a perfect solution for collaborating with external partners or sharing tasks with clients.
"Just like industry-leading companies with large IT budgets, SMBs need a solution that helps them efficiently collaborate on multiple projects. We've fine-tuned our pricing model so organizations can easily manage their workload and stay in control of their business at an attractive, low cost," says Andrew Filev, CEO at Wrike. "As they grow, they can easily roll Wrike out for new team members. Wrike scales perfectly both in the number of projects and number of people on the team."
Wrike's rich collaboration features include the redesigned and improved Activity Stream, built-in and available on all subscription plans. The new Activity Stream brings real-time project updates in a clean and intuitive interface. "Activity streams are proving to be a popular and productive user interface model for social software," says Jeffrey Mann, analyst from Garter, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company. Wrike is one of the main trend-making companies that bring the benefits of integrated solutions to business users by including activity streams in its social project management package.
Wrike elegantly combines handy activity streams and other rich collaboration features, boosting teams' productivity with its cost-efficient, "all-in-one" project management solution. Wrike's Activity Stream instantly reflects all project updates and lets colleagues discuss them in the familiar format of Facebook-like feeds without switching to a separate application and spending time on data sync.