Wrike’s project management tool helps remote and co-located team members collaborate and organize tasks more efficiently so that projects are completed faster. With Grow, your teams can visualize, analyze and track their Wrike data in real time alongside your other key metrics so that key individuals in your organization have the information they need, when they need it to make intelligent, agile decisions.
Get More with Grow — Your Wrike Reporting Tool
- Gain powerful insights when you add Wrike to your all-in-one business command center in Grow.
- Connect, blend, customize, and monitor data from Wrike alongside your other essential business data in real-time, in the palm of your hand.
- Strategically visualize your data to focus your team around the goals and objectives that matter most.
Questions You Can Answer With
Wrike + Grow
How many tasks have been completed this week for each of our active projects?
Which projects have required the most resources in terms of logged hours?
How many upcoming tasks are due this week for each team?
What groups and teams have logged the most hours this week compared to last week?
Which projects are currently highest priority?
What was our on-time percentage for tasks and projects over the past six months?
Reports and Data Available From Wrike
Users: All users, including name, ID, type, timezone, locale, deleted, company name, phone, title, location, etc.
Groups: All user groups, including group ID, name, type, timezone, locale, deleted, my team, etc.
Folders & Projects: All folders and projects, including title, scope, child IDs, project author, owner IDs, status, completed date, etc.
Tasks: All tasks filtered by user, status, created date, due date, or completed date. Field data includes task ID, active, completed, deferred, cancelled, account name and ID, title, description, status, importance, created date, scope, priority, duration, start date, due date, completed date, responsible IDs, etc.
Comments: All comments, including author ID, text, created date, parent task name and ID, author name and ID, etc.
Time Logs: All time entries for the desired date range, including parent task name and ID, user name and ID, hours, created date, tracked date, comment, etc.
Example Metrics From Wrike
- Current Overdue Tasks by Team and Project
- Hours Logged by Project – Past 30 Days
- Completed Tasks by Project – Current Week
- Upcoming Task Due Dates by Team – Next Week
- Hours Logged by Team – Current WTD vs. Last Week
- List of Projects by Priority Level
- % On-Time Completion per Task and Project – Past Six Months
- % On-Time Completion per Task by Rep – Past 30 Days