Wdesk is a piece of software that offers a number of solutions for management necessities and compliance reporting. The software is designed for use in businesses from mid to large sizes, and it includes comprehensive functions for data management, project management, team management, data integration, and collaboration.
- Comprehensive Management Solutions
- Compliance Reporting
- Easy To Use
- Occasionally Slow
The data management features of Wdesk are some of the most powerful in the industry. Users can easily create analytical reports based on data from various sources, including desktop software, enterprise resource planning, and operational software. Task management is another major aspect of Wdesk, and users are able to build lists of upcoming tasks based on documentation that is required or data that is missing. Specific tasks for a single process can also be created, like revision, review, and approval tasks. The analytical tools in Wdesk help the user assess risk through various scopes, and it offers tools for reporting the data and planning to deal with potential risks. You can also use Wdesk on collected data that needs to be tested, and it helps make fieldwork much easier to manage and organize. If you already use certain business software systems, Wdesk will be able to integrate with them easily. Compatible systems include Intacct, Fastpath, and Host Analytics. With the Business Wire integration feature, users can issue press releases and earnings reports right from the software. Wdesk is one of the easiest to use management solutions on the market today. The features are easy to find and implement, and the customer service for Wdesk is incredible, so if you do encounter an issue, you'll have no problem getting around it with their help. The link functionality within the software is quite amazing, and since the software is based in the cloud, it can be accessed from anywhere with an active internet connection without having to download and install any additional software. There are a few downsides to the software, however. First, it's quite a bit expensive. Some businesses might be wary of getting on board with a service that has such a high cost, but the service is one of few that is actually worth the cost. If Wdesk had a free trial period during which users could see the power of the software for themselves, it would probably be even more popular. Wdesk also has a tendency to slow down for specific projects the closer those projects are to completion. This can be a bit of an issue when it comes to making quick edits. Since the software is designed for both desktop and mobile utility, you can use the software to access files from the Wdesk system right on your tablet or mobile device. File permissions, tasks, and more can be managed entirely from the app, and you can set the app to send you push notifications whenever something happens in the Wdesk system that deserves your attention. This might be a comment or task that mentions you specifically. The software uses passcode security for fast logins, and the software even supports single sign-ons.