Developer's project management tool

SprintGround is an application for software and web developers to organize work and track progress.

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SprintGround feature highlights

  • Task Management
    Store your ideas and manage your tasks. Prioritize, categorize, order, filter and search tasks.
  • Issue & Bug Tracking
    Allow your customers to report issues & bugs so you can deliver higher quality software.
  • Time Tracking
    Track time spent on development and automatically calculate release dates based on time estimations.
  • Development Progress Tracking
    How much work is done? How much is remaining? Are you on schedule? When will you finish?
  • Collaborate Real-Time
    See what others are working on. Assign and discuss tasks. Centralize communication.
  • Organize Ideas & Feedback
    Track bugs and issues. Capture ideas, suggestions, questions and feature requests.

The benefits?

  • Improve team productivity

    Centralized visual task management and real-time progress monitoring is an effective way to:
    • Encourage collaboration
    • Learn from previously recorded work and statistics
    • Improve delivery time
    • Prioritize better and add more value to your product
    • Combine and focus your company's intellect
  • Critical decision support

    The use of a central information storage with immidate and organized access to it will allow you to:
    • Have a clear visual overview of what is happening
    • Dynamically plan for short- and long-term future
    • Not to miss important changes and act accordingly in an earlier development stage
    • Dramatically decrease the need to rework tasks and lose precious work time
  • Control and monitoring

    • Have a clear project overview
    • Decrease incident response time
    • Plan releases with accuracy
    • Be aware of who is working on what
    • Don't lose any task out of sight

Supports different methodologies

SprintGround includes useful planning and management tools like Product backlog, Burndown chart and Kanban board.
Scrum is a popular iterative and incremental development strategy for self-organizing teams that encourages collaboration and allows quick adaptation to constantly changing requirements.
Kanban focusses on the workload balancing based on the available capacity. Development process is visualized using a board where columns reflect current state of tasks, for example: To do, Busy, Done.
Linear approach, also known as a Waterfall model, is a sequential process, more suitable for projects where the product requirements are well defined and are unlikely to change during the development.