I was working for a couple of weeks with VersionONE and I felt very comfortable using it.
It provides many tutorials videos which help you to understand the main aspects of Agile practices.
Version ONE divides the introduction to work with it in three steps:
- Build the Backlog
- Run a Sprint and
- Report on progress
Kanbanize is visual management software which boosts your productivity by applying lean principles to your work.
We help you design your workflow, collaborate with others and track important metrics out of the box.
I have used Rallydev for last weeks and its power is based on
wonderful video tutorials which explain Agile concepts very clear and easy.
Futhermore, the tutorials and videos are separated by roles:
- Scrum Masters
- Product Owners
To sum up, if you want to learn Agile using a tool you should check RallyDev
I used to work with Pivotal Tracker which is a simple, collaborative project management
from the experts in agile software development.
Insight works pretty easy:
- provide your API key
Sync your projects and
Get your own dashboard!
If your answer is yes I strongly recommend you to
use Leankit. This software is very helpful tool to gain visibility
about the user stories or requirements (it is up to the team).
LeanKit is a simple, visual project and process management
tool that allows organizations to easily visualize and
manage the flow of their work.
Basing on my own experience Leankit is very simple but
powerful tool which helps to work with remote teams or
if the team needs to be visible their progress with
Furthermore, it can be used free allowing to work with
If you want to learn in a few minutes about Leankit you
should watch this short video
Redmine is a free and open source, web-based project management
and bug-tracking tool. It includes a calendar and Gantt charts
to aid visual representation of projects and their deadlines.
It handles multiple projects.
Agilefant is a web-based tool under active development.
It is quite rich in features and allows to create products,
projects, iterations, user stories (estimated in points),
tasks (estimated in hours), and allows to log spent effort
for each of these objects.
Considering the opinion on many Agile professionals and take into
account that David Anderson advisor to Digite/ SwiftKanban.
David provides Digite guidance on strategy for Lean/ Kanban products
JIRA is the tracker for teams planning and building great products.
Thousands of teams choose JIRA to capture and organize issues, assign
work, and follow team activity. At your desk or on the go with the new
mobile interface, JIRA helps your team get the job done.
Pomer is a place for coaches that need more coaching business coming through their websites. This is done by improving online visibility and ranking higher on search engines. Pomer helps to identify weaknesses and missing opportunities on your website and online marketing strategy and delivers reports easy to understand and implement.