This month, Wrike made its innovative project management software available in four new languages to make the experience of international customers even friendlier and more convenient. Now, project teams speaking Italian, French, German and Brazilian Portuguese can work in the system with even more comfort, as they can switch to their native language.
On the heels of November's prominent releases, such as our new mobile apps and Dropbox integration, we're glad to announce that we launched Wrike's UI in several new languages. It's key for us to make our users' experience of managing their work in the cloud as smooth and friendly as possible. With our app 'speaking' even more languages now, we hope that our customers feel even more at home in Wrike!" says Andrew Filev, Wrike's CEO. "On top of the comfort for existing users, this will also make it easier and quicker for newcomers to onboard and plug in more workers, even if they don't speak English. Productive collaboration has no language barriers."
Wrike's customer base is notable not only for the famous global brands on board, but also for its wide international outreach. Today, Wrike is trusted by teams from more than 50 countries for project management and collaboration. Users can easily switch to any of the available languages in their account settings in Wrike. After that, they also will be able to receive helpful tips on the best practices of using Wrike in their chosen language. To let customers easily share their ideas, if they want to suggest a different translation of words or phrases in the localized version, Wrike provides an easy-to-use open translation platform.
Wrike (wrike.com) is an award-winning provider of social project management and collaboration software that helps both co-located and distributed teams get things done together in real time. Wrike's product vision is based on the innovative "work graph" model, connecting all work in one central hub that is comfortable to manage and navigate. Adopting the features of the "social graph" to the project collaboration space, Wrike allows users to bring together as many projects as they need and work on them in a scalable environment. Wrike is led by CEO Andrew Filev, a seasoned software entrepreneur, product manager and project manager who launched his first software company at the age of 18 and quickly grew it from a startup into a thriving international business. As more and more businesses trust Wrike for collaborating in the cloud, the company shows stable, triple-digit growth year-to-year. Wrike's customer base is notable for its wide international outreach and famous brands on board, including ECCO, Deloitte, Adobe, EMC, Stanford University and more.
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