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- Jose Castrillo Barquero Project Manager at Logixsoft We increased software release speed from 1 release per month to 4 or 5 every two weeks. Customer satisfaction has increased and client satisfaction too. /wp-content/uploads/2018/07/1537874738-25698356-112x64x112x68x1x5-logos-logixsoft-1.png
- Tony Fullen Senior Web System Analyst at Baptist Health At the end of our very first Sprint, one of my developers shared the following… “One of the best feelings of accomplishment in my entire 15 year career at Baptist”. ScrumDo helped make this happen! /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/1537874748-24233171-124x55x127x57x1x1-BH-Logo-Vertical-01.jpg
- Josh Quinones CTO of Mac Haik Auto Group As the lead on this project, I am able to communicate feature releases to end users and stakeholders while watching the progress of our dev team. We are all literally on the same page. /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/1527503270-28239142-276x64-mh-header-logo-new.png
- Anders Sandvik student at NTNU ScrumDo is a very user-friendly way of working with scrum. It has a powerful time tracking and management so you will be sure to finish on time!
- Paulo Luz I am using ScrumDo for 4 months. I started to use it because I was managing a web based system in a agile way without any appropriate tool support. I used to have the project activities controlled by some others softwares. None of those, all alone, could help me 100%. With ScrumDo I can switch all those softwares just for one, where I can manage all the project and have my reports exported just the way I need with the information and control I need.
- I have played with Pivotal Tracker, Rally and AgileZen and so far I am loving ScrumDo. The prediction feature looks very interesting especially if you guys improve it so you can model potential outcomes when first setting up a backlog. /assets/avatars/testm-11.png
- Diego Fernando Trujillo Cali, Colombia, South America This is simply AWESOME! Very very thanks to all of you, one of the best free tools on the web. I'm driving three projects right now and all is perfect. Thanks again. /assets/avatars/testm-12.png
- Andrew Smith We're only a small two-man team working on a start-up project in our spare time but that doesn't stop ScrumDo being a really useful tool to us. /assets/avatars/testm-13.png
- I manage 10 or so projects at a time. Scrumdo is attractive because of it's integration with Harvest, Basecamp, and GitHub. Each of those tools are good at what they do but they don't support a planning process. /assets/avatars/testm-14.png
- Scrum is a great idea, it was about time for it to get a great tool with great support, ScrumDo is that tool. /assets/avatars/testm-15.png
- ScrumDo is as agile and as user-friendly as Scrum! /assets/avatars/testm-16.png
- I've been using ScrumDo for months now and it organized my activities in a great way. Before this, my activities had no priorities, but now everything is just sorted and I know what should I do each week and when I'll be free for next activity. Now I'm able to respond to "When can I have this done?" /assets/avatars/testm-17.png
- Jacob Poulette Instructor of Computer Graphics & Programming With ScrumDo my students have produced, tracked and completed more user stories in a couple of weeks than they did in the entire last semester. Many of them have said they finally understand how all the different pieces of SCRUM (story points, velocities, user stories, etc…) fit together after visually seeing it with the ScrumDo tools. The amazing tools from ScrumDo has helped make my students better Agile developers than they would have been without it.