Wrike Announces New Way to Unlock Productivity With Availability In AWS Marketplace

Wrike, a leader in collaborative work management,announced its availability in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). By bringing Wrike to AWS Marketplace, both new and existing Wrike customers can benefit from streamlined sourcing and contracting, as well as the ability to transact directly through the marketplace. Enterprise customers will get a consolidated billing option and can apply the purchase of Wrike against existing AWS spend commitments. This limits the amount of time spent on procurement and puts organizations on the fastest path to productivity.

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“AWS Marketplace unlocks an opportunity for organizations to decrease transaction friction and have more flexible payment options”

“AWS Marketplace unlocks an opportunity for organizations to decrease transaction friction and have more flexible payment options,” says Archie Sharma, Vice President Partnerships, Business & Corporate Development at Wrike. “This all ladders up to our larger goal of allowing organizations to save on software consolidation and free teams up from app overload so they can focus on their most impactful work. We are thrilled to support the AWS mission of helping customers find the best possible solutions by joining the AWS Partner Network and making our solution available in AWS Marketplace.”

Having a streamlined purchasing process has proven to reduce time spent on procurement inefficiencies by 66%, highlighting clear alignment between Wrike and AWS. Wrike’s AWS Marketplace listing marks a key milestone in an ongoing global relationship, which has already opened doors for customers to use Wrike via AWS.

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Diana Weng, CBO of MYTONA, the leading Singaporean mobile game publisher, says, “Going through AWS Marketplace allowed us to seamlessly purchase and deploy Wrike using infrastructure we already had in place. We are excited to roll out a new work management solution across the organization, and now have the ability to focus on getting teams up and running rather than on lengthy procurement or contracting periods.”

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