Planning and creating stories and sprints with just a few clicks and still keeping an eye on everything in detail is the goal of effective work. With the runScrum Backlog, we have perfected this for you.
Simple, intuitive working and seeing all the details at any time with just one click is the best guarantee for acceptance of new tools across teams.
A sprint is short and the time spent working with tools should be, too. Unlike other tools, we limit ourselves to an essential workflow.
The tool is tidy and immediately usable, and your team is guided to the best Scrum: simple, direct, clear, efficient. Everything you need is here, and everything that might confuse you has been left out.
Dashboards can be cruel, very colorful, with a lot of lines but only little information. For us, useful information for daily use means effectively supporting a daily scrum. Where does the sprint stand? Is our commitment still valid? What should we do next?
The Dashboard answers these questions immediately and directly. There is a lot of logic and analysis in only a few numbers, e.g., in the prognosis if your sprint will be realistically successful, or what your actual velocity is. This makes the dashboard a valuable tool for analysis.
With the Related Ticket function, you can create dependencies between tickets that are visible across teams. This reduces the risk of impediments significantly.
Loved little by developers and often forgotten, which is why we designed this with super simple and intuitive — and with lots of love! You can now see the added value at first glance.
Close your sprint and decide immediately what should happen to PBIs that have not yet been completed. So you always keep up with the next sprint.
Perfect for scaled organizations: The runScrum SAFe© features support cross-team collaboration, PI planning, and more.
Supports the entire demand management process of an organization from evaluation to planning and implementation of changes to release.
Enables fast time tracking, simple approval workflows, and capacity planning across all teams.
Create and manage tickets and monitor key KPIs for reliable customer service.
Create and manage test cases, plan and execute test cycles, report test coverage, test progress, and product quality.
Administration and clear presentation of team member attendance and absence for effective resource planning.