One of the main drawbacks of Wrike is its steep learning curve, meaning it can take time for your team to get up to speed or even to buy into it at all. Not only that, but essential features like reports and resource management are only available as add-ons.
In comparison, Teamwork is the perfect balance of feature-rich and easy-to-use. Vital features are accessible on all plans, which have clear pricing and no hidden add-on costs. More robust time tracking features and inbuilt invoicing and billing helps you to deliver client projects on time and within budget. It’s a better solution for small businesses who want to get up and running quickly.
After looking at Redbooth, Asana, Avaza, BaseCamp, Jira, Trello, Podio, Wrike, MavenLink, Dubsado, Monday, and more… of the course of years. Many of which I “loved at first” and grew to hate, Teamwork Projects is the one I actually like even more today than when we started using it.
Ease of Doing Business With91%
Collaborative Project Planning88%
Performance and Reliability90%
Reporting and Dashboards83%
Ease of Doing Business With84%
Collaborative Project Planning87%
Performance and Reliability86%
Reporting and Dashboards82%
Everything you need to consider when comparing Teamwork and Wrike.
With Wrike, a significant amount of learning & coaching is required to understand all of the functionality and get setup correctly — leading to poor adoption.
Teamwork is much more intuitive than Wrike, making it easier to get up and running out of the box. It has the perfect blend of being easy-to-use while also flexible and feature rich — making it the perfect match for small businesses.
Time tracking in Wrike is very basic and doesn’t allow you to set hourly rates for your team. It is also gated to the premium plan.
Teamwork offers more robust time tracking capabilities than Wrike, allowing you to track work and log it as billable or non-billable, for a more accurate breakdown of where time was spent. Billable time can directly be added to invoices for payment.
Wrike doesn’t offer billing & invoicing capabilities to make use of the tracked time data. Timesheets need to be exported to a third party tool for invoicing.
Teamwork allows you to log billable or non-billable time on a task, mark it as billed/not billed, and create an invoice without leaving Teamwork, so you have everything you need in one tool.
Find out how Teamwork customers enjoy a 437% ROI when using Teamwork to manage their work according to The Total Economic Impact™ of Teamwork study conducted by Forrester Consulting.
We’ve built an importer to make it easy for you to make the switch to Teamwork. With just a couple of clicks, you can import all your data from Wrike.
Martha Batruny, IT Manager, Perficient
I would say Teamwork is the easiest way of setting up new tasks as well as projects. It also helps me in managing my whole team and monitoring various activities. It enables the users to work happily and comfortably on different projects. Moreover, it helps us in creating schedule and set up other priorities too.
Overall Teamwork is entirely a very useful product which is equally helpful for both small as well as medium companies. So it is highly recommended to others.
Teamwork is a rounded system that offers you more.
See the metrics that matter for your project.
Deliver projects for teams of all sizes with Teamwork.
Organize your work how you want, every step of the way.
Teamwork provides more power to achieve your goals.
Execute on multiple large projects at scale
Teamwork offers more than spreadsheet functionality