The Diversity in Tech Awards is excited to have Wrike as the category sponsor for the International Diversity Role Model Award at this year’s ceremony.

At its core, Wrike is an easy-to-use tool for streamlining the internal project management and collaboration processes between team members, whether they’re in the same office or separated by an ocean. However, even though Wrike began as a project management tool, today it is so multifaceted and flexible that customers have started using Wrike to solve problems in other areas of work.

Noelle Moore, Regional Marketing Manager N.Europe at Wrike said: 

“Wrike recognises the huge contribution being made to the nation’s economic prosperity by women with great ideas setting up and leading Irish enterprises. Celebrating and showcasing success is a way to encourage more women in tech to become entrepreneurs, generating more innovation, more exports and more jobs and securing Ireland’s future as a global leader in technology and enterprise.”

Wrike enables organizations to achieve Operational Excellence, the state in which work

processes are scaled to meet the near real-time service expectations of the on-demand market. This entails completing projects of increasing number and complexity while maintaining the highest standards for quality.

Wrike was founded in 2006 by Andrew Filev. As a young entrepreneur, Andrew quickly grasped the challenges organizations faced in scaling a successful operation. Over the last

decade, he has built Wrike from a small startup to a leading provider of project management,

work management and collaboration solutions, initially bootstrapping the company before

guiding it to more than $25M in funding.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities for this event, please contact Dan at dan@dublintechsummit.com.