Wrike, a work management platform that is part of Citrix, announces today an agreement with Ingram Micro Cloud that positions Wrike as its newest collaborative work management (CWM) platform. Through the program, Ingram Micro Cloud’s network of resellers will be able to offer Wrike’s platform to organizations adapting to hybrid work while prioritizing business continuity.
“As organizations shift gears from fully remote to hybrid work, it will become increasingly important to ensure their tech stacks can keep up with changing demands,” said Archie Sharma, VP, Partnerships & Business Development at Wrike. “There is going to be a need for more sophisticated collaboration software that goes beyond synchronous communication and acts as the true powerhouse behind the work. Disparate teams will see a need for greater visibility and cross-functional collaboration with context but in a simple, easy-to-use format. Wrike is primed for this market demand, and we’re excited to get into the hands of more users as part of our relationship with Ingram Micro Cloud.”
The relationship with Wrike broadens Ingram Micro Cloud’s portfolio of workplace productivity and collaboration solutions and introduces more channel partners to the opportunity around collaborative work management.
“We’re seeing immense potential in the collaborative work management space, which has consistently been building demand,” said Duncan Robinson, Vice President, Global Portfolio Management and Marketing, Ingram Micro Cloud. “In light of recent events and the resulting demand for collaboration solutions, we have prioritized bringing the right solution providers together to support our partner’s need to keep hybrid teams on the same page. Wrike’s scalability, versatility, flexibility, and security capabilities offer excellent insight for any partner aiming to increase productivity and efficiency within their digital environment.”
As part of the agreement, Wrike will launch on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, initially targeting U.S. resellers and then moving to enhance global reach and add to the company’s ecosystem of partners.
Wrike is a sponsor of Ingram Micro Cloud’s annual Cloud Summit ‘22 taking place May 17-19 in Miami. Cloud Summit ’22 is an event for anyone who wants to build, buy or sell cloud and digital technology. Attendees will have a chance to view a demo of Wrike’s work management capabilities and speak with representatives about partnership opportunities.
For information, stop by booth A3 at Cloud Summit ‘22 or visit www.wrike.com/partners.