Wrike, Inc. is a privately held project management application service provider based in San Jose, California. Wrikes primary product (also called Wrike) is an online tool for project management and work collaboration. It enables its users to manage and track projects, deadlines, schedules, and other workflow processes. It also allows users to collaborate with one another. The application is available in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese and Russian. The primary goal of the software is to help streamline workflow and allow companies to focus on core tasks. Wrike was founded in 2006 by Andrew Filev. Filev initially self-funded the company before obtaining investor funding later on. Wrike released the beta version of the Wrike product in December 2006. The product was initially integrated with email, enabling users to keep track of schedules, deadlines, and tasks via email messages. In June 2007, the company released a full, professional version of the application. The app provided two-way email integration, offered 9 predefined workflow groups (e.g. Customers, By Project, Personal, etc.), and accommodated between 5 and 50 users at any given time. In August 2008, Wrike released an "Enterprise" version of the software that included the ability to create task dependencies based on Gantt charts. In 2009, Wrike synchronized tasks with Googles Android devices and Windows Mobile devices. In 2010, Wrike integrated its services with Google Docs. Later that year, the application also added an activity stream that offered real-time updates of information and chat functions. In October 2010, Wrike released a brand new version of the software with an integrated social function. The new version kept the activity stream and added other social features like a "Dashboard" and a "Follow" feature. In December 2010, Wrike released an API, allowing third-party developers to create their own apps to synchronize with the Wrike framework.