Wrike pricing begins with a brilliant free tier for small teams and personal users, rising to $9.80 and $24.80 for Professional and Business tiers. There are a range of Wrike pricing plans to consider before getting started with the software.
Wrike is a great choice for project management. The platform is packed with useful features, such as built-in time tracking and document editing history. It also has a wide variety of services, from straight up standard project management for individuals and teams to a specialized service aimed at managing marketing or creative projects.
Now here's the thing – Wrike doesn't like to publish all of its pricing. If you're interested in its higher priced enterprise offerings, you'll need to negotiate with Wrike's sales team directly. With that in mind, we'll do our best to detail what Wrike offers at its various pricing tiers, and share the prices we do know about.
- No-nonsense, robust feature catalog
- Lots of customizability
- Integrates with Slack, Google Hangouts, and Adobe Creative Cloud
- Not entirely easy to use
- Nothing special that you wouldn't find in other software
- Mobile options are limited
BEST ALL ROUND
BEST WORK OS
BEST FREE TIER
$14/mo for single-user; $25/user/mo for multiple users
M-F, 9 am to 5 pm, ET
M-F, 8 am to 6:30 pm, CT
M-F, 7 am to 12 am, GMT
A great task management system due to strong customizablity and support team, with a generous Free Trial period.
Slick, simple software with a powerful core, plus a genuinely usable free tier for individuals, and great value plans for teams.
A feature-rich service with a plain interface that's easy to learn, and has a free tier option to try.
All-around great software, thanks to ease of use and a scalable pricing scheme.
A simple project management platform with a strong feature set and an impressive free tier.
A solid project management solution with an attractive free tier for small teams
A fairly-priced, stripped-down option best for small teams.
A great service for web-natives, but with a high price tag.
Best for client-facing businesses, since it offers great service features.
An enterprise solution aimed at large companies.
A pricey service best for companies invested in Microsoft.
A feature-rich software with a pricing scheme best for mid-sized teams.
A management tool with a complex functionality.
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