You might think that that Internet automatically improves collaboration all across-the-board, but that’s not always the case. This online world that we live in has made it much easier to instantaneously connect with people all over the world in a number of different ways, but with this open access to communication comes a flood of information. The problem isn’t receiving information, it’s organizing it. If your Inbox looks anything like mine, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. Therefore, when managers and team leaders need to assign tasks to their staff, it only makes sense that they would want to create, follow, and complete these tasks in the most efficient way. Wrike helps to make this possible.
This online collaboration tool gives each member of a task control over how that task evolves. The team leader can get a task started by merely sending an e-mail to the people that he wants to be involved, and by including Wrike as a recipient of this e-mail, the service will begin to manage the task for its creator. As the task progresses, all of its members will be informed as to what’s being done and who’s doing it. The ability to use e-mail with Wrike makes it something that everyone can get used to in a short amount of time.
[tags]Wrike, Collaboration, Communication, Inbox, Managers, Team Leaders. Projects, Tasks, E-mail[/tags]