New Product Release: VersionOne Winter 2011


Mark it down, another release is out the door! The VersionOne Winter 2011 release is available today…

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VersionOne Winter ‘11 provides enhancements to a variety of features including: Epics, Roadmapping, Conversations, and Custom Fields.  For an overview, read on.  For complete details, check out the release notes.

Release Highlights

  • Easier Backlog Management using Epics
    Filtering by specific epics has been added to grid views in this release. Finding stories and backlog items related to individual epics will be much easier for Product Owners and team members managing the delivery of value spread across related stories.
  • Roadmapping Integration Ties Strategy to Delivery
    Tighter integration between roadmaps and specific project stories and tasks means better alignment between strategy and team effort. Search for and link to existing stories and epics, and see overall progress against related items directly from your roadmaps.
  • Custom Field Synchronization Makes Reporting Even Easier
    When using Analytics or the Data Mart, custom fields will now automatically synchronize and be available for reporting. Reporting and administration just got a whole lot easier.
  • Performance Improvements
    Building on performance improvements delivered in the last releases, page load times, especially for data-heavy pages, have been further improved.

Reach out to your VersionOne Administrator to schedule your upgrade today!

As always – if you have ideas or suggestions for future releases, enter them in IdeaSpace, our public feature request/voting site. Be heard!

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