Wrike vs Project Central
February 2, 2021

Online project management takes a big step – Wrike acquired by Citrix

By Brian McHale

The hybrid workspace has changed significantly over the past 12 months due to Covid-19.

Remote working has become the norm, with a surge in companies trying to support their teams and workflow efficiency’s with cloud-based project management.

This has been highlighted by Citrix acquiring the cloud-based project management platform Wrike for 2.25 billion. Wrike is a Vista Equity Partners portfolio company with roughly 1,000 employees and approximately 18,000 customers globally.

Citrix said Wrike is expected to have approximately 30% stand-alone growth to between $180 million and $190 million in unaudited SaaS ARR in 2021, with the opportunity to accelerate growth over time as part of Citrix.

Project Central aims is to simplify Project Management for Microsoft Office 365 users, key integrations with Microsoft Teams has also proved successful.

Project Central provides project template and user flexibility on their platform.

Additionally, a dynamic and flexible project dashboard display gives the project manager key project performance indicators.

Project Central also allows you to connect your 365-document library securely.

Once connected, you can access your Office 365 files directly within Project Central.

View and edit files or share with team members for seamless collaboration.

Get Started with Project Central

Sign up for Project Central’s FREE 14-day trial & try out project management for teams using Office 365.

Get Started With Project Central

Sign up for Project Central’s FREE 14-day trial & try out project management for teams using Office 365.

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