Wrike, a work management platform for high-performance teams, has announced the launch of Microsoft Office 365 and Azure Active Directory integrations, creating a more powerful and seamless experience for enterprise teams who use collaboration tools to manage their work.
Teams can download Wrike from the Office 365 app store and install it for native use with products like Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
"Office 365 is about making collaboration easier and more fluid so that teams can create great work together," said Rob Howard, program manager, Office Developer Platform, Microsoft. "Connecting Wrike's capabilities to Office 365 enriches collaboration and productivity by uniting document creation with workflows and timelines, creating a seamless experience for Wrike customers."
To learn more about Wrike's integration with Office 365, read the press release.
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