As a project manager, you can derive meaningful data from Axosoft. I love that in one screen you can filter down the information you need without having to navigate all over the place or build out custom reports. You can even save and share the filtered views you use most often. With such a visual interface—think sleek dashboards with burndown charts, projections, and velocities—you can plan much more accurate software releases because it’s clear who’s working on what and when you’re projected to ship.
Here are a few more reasons why I would recommend Axosoft as the tool of choice for software development teams:
Ease of use and implementation. Having now compared tons of agile project management solutions, I was able to quickly recognize that Axosoft is much more intuitive. It’s easy for any user to customize and use, which makes it less of a struggle to get your team to not only adopt the product but get up and running in it too. Not to mention, the Sales and Success experts at Axosoft dedicate a lot of their time to answering your questions and ensuring your success with the product.
Visualization of key metrics. Axosoft’s custom dashboard displays vital metrics at a glance, and you have the flexibility to make them as simple or complex as you like just by dragging and dropping in different widgets. To give your executives, managers, or customers access to essential project data, you can make any dashboard public and share the URL with them. This is great for stakeholders who don’t need to work in the system but need access to key metrics and status reports.
Customized workflows. Axosoft is designed for use in Agile software development so it has predefined workflows for Scrum and Kanban, but it’s flexible enough to adapt to any process. You can modify an existing workflow or create your own from scratch. You can toggle from the list view to the Kanban card view, which makes it easy to visualize progress as items move through the workflow steps.
Customer engagement. Axosoft’s branded Customer Portal offers a way to publicize specific projects, releases, wiki pages, and other development information. Just like the rest of the system, you can use security roles to decide what information the customer can access. Customers can report bugs, submit support tickets, view wiki pages or check on the status of something previously submitted.
Installed or hosted options. A hosted solution is not for everybody; Axosoft offers both a hosted and installed option with comparable pricing. This gives you flexibility in terms of deciding what works best for your unique environment and security needs.
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