When you’re making the critical decision of choosing a project management system for your team, there are two names which will come up over and over again – in this post, we will present you with a detailed review of Wrike vs Asana as seen from the eyes of a project manager and team members collaborating on a specific tasks and processes.
As founders of our own SaaS solution for PM, BeeWits, one of our tasks was completely understanding the major players in the industry.
These two of the bigger names when it comes to managing work so we’ll be diving deeply into the features, benefits, pricing, problems and everything else you may need when comparing Asana vs Wrike.
This is a decision you need to get right. The “price” of choosing a service which does not get adopted by your team can be very high. Besides the training costs and onboarding into the service, if the solution does not get traction, you’re going to be facing some very tough situations with your management team.
You really need to get this one. Fortunately, you’re in the right place. We know both of these solutions intimately, and we’re going to bare it all, so you can take your own decision as necessary, with all the information at your disposal. We’ve used both systems extensively, starting with Asana and eventually also testing Wrike when some quirks started bugging us.
Let’s get started.